An Iowa man faces up to 78 months in prison for half of the drugs he buys online
A man was jailed for buying drugs on the dark internet at the Grandie Center and selling them in Iowa.
Judge C. A. Williams sentenced 22-year-old Jack Arthur Stomberg to more than six years in prison, followed by five others.
Cedar Chad stood trial in the U.S. district court Tuesday for several years.
He talked about the conspiracy and focused on the prevalence of LSD, MDMA and philosophical fiber.
According to the Stomburg lawyer, he ordered and took a lot of drugs in 2016 and 2019 on the dark internet.
Fake household items in the mail.
According to a press release, Stanberg sells medicine at music festivals in various communities.
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Officials say Steinberg reassured colleagues and instructed them to help with the treatment plan.
In March 2001, authorities suspected Stumbleberg’s targeted package and found a carcinogen containing THC.
When his home was searched in court, police found other drugs as well.
Stanberg remained at the US Federal Security Agency until he was transferred to a federal prison.
The United States has filed a lawsuit. The Grundy County Post Office and Sheriff are searching for the server
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