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Cocaine accused told to front court again

Cocaine accused told to front court again

FIGHTWORLD.COM

July 20, 2002

It’s been 18 years since Michael Lee Fenton got busted for running a street corner crack house, where cops say he sold drugs for an ex-wife and her son, and the DEA seized $1.2 million worth of drugs along with $300,000 cash and several firearms. Now Fenton, 66, must go back to jail, and his conviction for selling drugs on private property will land him back in federal court again, for a first-degree felony. He will be back in court again July 18 at 12 a.m., for sentencing by a federal judge, but he’ll face additional charges after he is convicted. That could include weapons and drug dealing, court officials have said, and Fenton could face federal charges for another alleged crime. His defense attorney, George W. Loughton III, had no comment after this story published. Prosecutors have said the DEA had the right to seize the drugs, but Fenton’s own lawyer, David W. Miller, said today he was surprised when the government didn’t try to seize the guns, which came from his client’s safe. “I thought I was going to get in trouble when they were trying to seize some drugs. But they didn’t take the guns,” he said today at a news conference, saying prosecutors asked for the guns “so they would not have to give up the guns they had. It’s just very unusual.” A year after Fenton got out경주안마 of prison in 1995, he went to work as a security guard. Then he and a friend were busted by drug agents and arrested. He was taken to a prison in the mountains south of Washington for three years, then moved to a county jail in the eastern part of Washington. He wasn’t charged for his earlier conviction, and he spent a couple months behind bars before the feds turned up his cocaine stash at Fenton’s home. Fenton was sentenced to two years in prison on charges of carrying a loaded c인천 출장 안마oncealed weapon, making criminal threats, and possession of cocaine and marijuana for sal에볼루션 카지노e in 1995. But he didn’t serve time behind bars at any time after that and went on to marry and raise his three children while he worked a job. He then moved back to his family’s home state of Florida, where he has since retired, after spending time in prison for drug offenses. He was arrested again in 1999, but was freed this month after serving 15 months of jail time, according to court documents. At least one o

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