MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (Metro) -- A 20-year-old Sedro-Woolley man will spend the next 18 months in prison for dealing heroin, conspiracy to sell heroin and first-degree trafficking stolen property.
Goskagit.com reports Jordan Clontz, the last of three men involved in a Sedro-Woolley drug ring, was sentenced in Skagit County Superior Court yesterday.
Sedro-Woolley cops made undercover drug buys from the group before busting their Rhodes Road house in January.
In May, co-defendant Larry Simmons was sentenced to six years for his role in the operation.
Joshua Fletcher got five years in June for his participation.
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