Drug violation gets Beltzhoover man five years in jail |

Drug violation gets Beltzhoover man five years in jail

A Beltzhoover man will spend up to five years in federal prison for violating drug laws.

William Rashad Denson, 33, was part of a drug ring that distributed and possessed with the intent of distributing between 500 grams and 2 kilograms of cocaine between October 2007 and September 2008, federal prosecutors said.

Denson was ordered to undergo four years of supervised release after he gets out of prison, prosecutors said.

He was arrested as part of a drug ring that included Robert Korbe of Indiana Township. Korbe’s wife, Christina Korbe, is accused of fatally shooting FBI agent Sam Hicks in November 2008.

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