Corsica Teen Headed to Prison on Cocaine Charges

CLARION, Pa. (EYT) – A Corsica teen could serve up to three years in state prison after pleading guilty in May to two counts of Felony Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver.

Clarion County President Judge James Arner sentenced 19-year-old Bryce William Klawuhn on Wednesday to serve between 12 months and 36 months total for the two charges with one charge getting him nine months to 18 months and the other getting him three months to 18 months to be served consecutively.

He was credited with 153 days time served already and was also placed on one-year probation and fined $800.00 payable to CNET along with other court costs.

Two charges each of Intentional Possession of a Controlled Substance By Per Not Registered, Use/Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Criminal Use Of Communication Facility were dropped at his May 22 plea hearing.

Details of the case:

According to a criminal complaint, a confidential informant for CNET made the following purchases of cocaine, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, from Bryce Klawuhn in the parking lot of a gas station on Main Street in Clarion:

– November 12, 2018, around 6:33 p.m.: two grams in exchange for $200.00

– November 17, 2018, around 7:47 p.m.: 3.5 grams in exchange for $300.00

– November 19, 2018, around 6:24 p.m.: 3.5 grams in exchange for $300.00

– November 27, 2018, around 1:50 p.m.: 1/2 ounce in exchange for $1,200.00

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