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Chicago Man Guilty In Having Drugs In Greenville Prison

February 25, 2017

A Chicago man has been sentenced to an additional 6 months in federal prison after being pleading guilty to possessing the synthetic drug K-2 on July 1st, 2016 while in the Greenville Federal Prison.

37-year-old Mario L Gordon’s 6-month sentence must be served consecutively to his original 2002 sentence of 360 months for Possession With Intent to Deliver Cocaine.

The investigation which resulted in Gordon’s arrest and conviction was conducted by the FBI and prosecuted by Assistant US Attorney Robert L. Garrison.

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