Lake Katrine man sentenced to prison for selling drugs – Mid Hudson News Website

ALBANY, NEW YORK – A 30-year-old Lake Katrine resident has been sentenced to prison for distributing fentanyl in Ulster County.  The sentencing of Timothy Schleede was made by the US Attorney’s office on Monday.
Schleede will be going to prison for 70 months and four years of parole.  As part of his guilty plea, Schleede admitted that on August 26, 2020, he distributed a fentanyl mixture in glassine envelopes to another person in a mall parking lot in the Town of Ulster.  Schleede was arrested later the same day after selling more glassine envelopes containing the same fentanyl mixture in a hotel parking lot in Ulster.  Law enforcement searched Schleede’s hotel room and storage locker and recovered approximately 8,000 additional glassine envelopes, which contained fentanyl and heroin
Monday’s announcement was made by United States Attorney Carla Freedman, Acting Special Agent in Charge Timothy Foley of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), New York Division, Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa, and Ulster County District Attorney David Clegg.

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