Madison man sentenced to four years for distributing heroin laced with fentanyl
Sedale Lacey-Robinson, 27, was sentenced to four years in federal prison for distributing heroin laced with fentanyl.
According to a release, he distributed heroine laced with fentanyl or cocaine to an undercover officer five times in March and April 2019. Officers served a search warrant at his home in April and recovered 1.7 grams of heroin and a handgun in the garage. He pleaded guilty on July 15.
During the transactions, Lacey-Robinson was on state probation after being convicted of distributing heroin in 2014. His state of probation was revoked in June 2019 and he was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
The release said U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson rejected his request for a concurrent sentence. He ordered the federal sentence to run consecutively to the state revocation sentence.
Lacey-Robinson will have a three-year term of supervised release.
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