Brockway Man Receives Jail Time For Drug Dealing

mugsBROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – A Brockway man was sentenced to spend time behind bars for dealing drugs.

Justin Paul Craft, 29, of Brockway, pleaded guilty on December 21 to the manufacture, delivery or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.

President Judge John Foradora sentenced Craft to three months to 23 months, 29 days jail time and a maximum of 3 years probation.

Craft was also ordered to refrain from the use of alcoholic beverages and from entering any establishments whose primary business is the sale of alcohol.

Details of Drug Arrest

Craft was arrested as part of a drug roundup by the Jefferson County Drug Task Force in July of 2016.

Jefferson County District Attorney Jeff Burkett stated that the arrests of the individuals shown below for drug-trafficking-related offenses were based upon covert investigations performed by members of the JCDTF (Jefferson County Drug Task Force).

Last month Autumn Olivia Foltz was sentenced by President Judge John Foradora to a maximum of five years probation.

She was also ordered to refrain from the use of alcoholic beverages and from entering any establishments whose primary business is the sale of alcohol.

Others who were arrested and charged in the sweep still have their cases pending.

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(Top row, left to right: Gregory Grieneisen; Justin Craft; Ryan Moore; and Christopher Caggiano – Bottom row: Jonathan Cantafio; Autumn Foltz; David Berouty; and James Buchanan)


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