Billings, Montana – Anthony Marcos Chadwell, 28, was sentenced a couple of days ago on charges in connection with cocaine trafficking and promoting prostitution.
As reported by the Department of Justice, Chadwell entered a guilty plea to a superseding information charging him with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and use of a facility in interstate commerce in aid of racketeering in 2021.
Following the two years behind bars, Chadwell will have to spend three additional years of supervised release.
He was also sentenced to one year in prison for multiple violations of federal supervised release imposed on a prior conviction for a firearms offense.
The one-year sentence is to be served consecutively to the sentence for the cocaine trafficking and promoting prostitution crimes, making Chadwell’s total time in prison three years.