A man from Iowa was sentenced to 78 months in prison for selling drugs bought on a dark website.
A Grand Center employee has been sentenced to life in prison for buying and selling drugs on a black-and-white website in Iowa.
Jack G. Stumberg, 22, was sentenced by Judge G. J. Williams to more than six years in prison.
He was jailed in U.S. District Court Tuesday. In the Cedar raids.
They found a conspiracy and spread the power of LSD, MDMA and psilocobin.
Opposition says Stamber promoted several drug networks on the black Internet from 2016 to 2019.
By confidential correspondence on household goods.
According to media coverage, Stumberg sells various stocks and music from the drug trade.
Authorities also say Stumberg intervened and sent an assistant to deal with the drugs.
Authorities sent a test package to Stumberg in October 2019, claiming to have received it from THC boxes.
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Stumberg Marshall covers the United States. until the defendant went to state prison.
United States. Ev. The county post office and the police investigated and opened the case.
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