Thursday, July 25, 2019

Fentanyl dealer McCulloch pulls 10 years

Leslie McCulloch pleaded guilty to production of a controlled substance and possession for the purpose of trafficking in February of 2017. He tried to take back his plea, then jumped bail and went on the run for three months. McCulloch was sentenced to 10 years, minus 671 days for pre-sentence custody. The judge did not consider rehabilitation as a possibility for McCulloch. McCulloch had been using an analogue of fentanyl called acetylfentanyl as the active ingredient in his pills. The purity of the powder and pills analyzed ranged from 1.2% to 3.1% acetylfentanyl.In parole documents, he was described as a “middleman who transported drugs for the Hell's Angels.”
At the time of his arrest, McCulloch was on parole after serving a 4.5-year sentence for trafficking cocaine.

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