An Iowa man was sentenced to 78 months in prison for selling drugs bought on the Dark Network
A man, an online drug dealer in Iowa, has been arrested in Grundy Center.
Judge S. Williams sentenced Jack Arthur Stamberg to 22 to five years in prison, followed by five others.
Tuesday in Cedar Rapids District Court in the United States, the year he was released from custody.
They tried to kill the fungus LSD, MDMA and LSSilobin to classify them.
Prosecutors said Stimberg ordered and seized a large number of narcotics under the black network between 2016 and 2016 and between
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By order, Stumberg sells drugs at various music festivals in various communities.
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Officials said he hired Stumberg and sent an accomplice to help him implement the drug plan.
Officials canceled a suspicious package in Stumberg in March 2019 in search of a THC shell at the door.
In the registration of the court While searching at the house, the police found another drug.
Stumberg will remain with the US Marshal until he is in federal prison.
The case was investigated by the United States Postal Service, Grund County Sheriff’s Office Assistant
American lawyer Dan Chatham.