A man has been accused of buying vitamins in the online marketplace of the black market.
Michael C 5613 Kanelord Anderson, 42, was charged by a federal district court judge for a federal drug offense.
U.S. lawyer Scott Brady announced Thursday.
The trial was set for Aug. 26 and he tried to sell Anderson more than 50 grams of clay. He said
Sell metrine methanephetamine to buy and sell the same Western medicine
According to Brady, the law allows up to 40 years in prison, a fine of 5 to 5 million, or both.
However, Anderson has problems due to the criminal history and corruption of his actions.
Deputy Attorney General Paul Sellers is speaking on behalf of the government.
The investigation was assisted by the following authorities: United States Post Office, Drug Enforcement Administration,
McCain County Detectives and McCain County Special Forces.
The court said Anderson was released without liability for 20,000 insurances and decided to film.
October 10 tax.
Pay attention to the statement of complaint. The suspect will not be found guilty until proven guilty.