A Saugerties guy will spend slightly below two years in jail in connection along with his involvement in a drug trafficking group in Ulster County that government broke up in March 2020.
Russell J. Neglia, 26, was once sentenced to 21 months in jail and 3 years of supervised unencumber via U.S. District Pass judgement on Mae A. D’Agostino on Friday.
Neglia can even pay a $15,000 wonderful and forfeit roughly $19,000 in drug proceeds and two cars used for cocaine trafficking, U.S. Place of origin Safety Investigations mentioned in a press unencumber mentioned.
Government mentioned Neglia admitted that between January 2019 and March 2020, he offered a minimum of 1.8 kilograms of cocaine on behalf of the group as a part of a plea settlement.
The U.S. Place of origin Safety Investigations mentioned its investigators along side the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Workforce accomplished 3 seek warrants again in March 2020 in Saugerties and Southern Greene County that resulted within the takedown of a cocaine and marijuana trafficking group and the seizure of over two kilograms of cocaine, 125 kilos of marijuana, $68,000 in drug proceeds, 3 cars used to site visitors medication, and one firearm.
Government mentioned Michael A. Manor, 40, was once sentenced to 60 months in jail with 4 years of supervised unencumber. Place of origin Safety Investigation mentioned Roger W. Hummer II, 39 additionally pled to blame in reference to the drug ring and faces any place from 10 years to existence in jail.
The case was once treated via United States Lawyer Carla B. Freedman, Ricky J. Patel; Ricky J. Patel, Particular Agent in Fee of Place of origin Safety Investigations (HSI), New York; Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa, whose place of job leads the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Workforce (URGENT); and Ulster County District Lawyer David Clegg.