Second Defendant in Dream Market Vendor ‘Drug Llama’ Case Admits Selling Fentanyl on The Dark Web 1
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Second Defendant in Dream Market Vendor ‘Drug Llama’ Case Admits Selling Fentanyl on The Dark Web

A man who sold fentanyl online as a “Llama drug” pleaded fully guilty Wednesday to 10 drug charges, prosecutors said.

Melissa Scanlan, 32, of San Diego, pleaded guilty in court.She was charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, selling drugs, conspiracy to commit money laundering, one count of distributing fentanyl resulting in death, and five counts of distributing fentanyl.

Brandon arias, 34, pleaded not guilty in July this year to conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, two counts of illegally distributing fentanyl, selling counterfeit drugs and misbranding drugs.

Both men admitted setting up an account on “Dream Market”” the dark Internet, to sell more than a thousand fentanyl tablets between October 2016 and August 2018, police said. He admitted receiving fentanyl from Mexico from couriers who hid the pills in unidentified “o bodies” and sold at least 1,000 a week. The proceeds were returned to Mexico through couriers, it said in a statement.

During that period, they said, the couple split the $ 100,000 they made in 800 online sales. Scanlan also admitted to selling fentanyl that killed a San Diego woman in 2017.

In February, she faces 20 years to life in prison. Arias is scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 5.

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