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Opiate dealer sentenced to 2 years in prison for drug sales

An opiate dealer from Buffalo was sentenced to two years in custody and two years post-release supervision after pleading guilty in Erie County Court to four drug offenses.

Judge Michael F. Pietruszka ordered that Stanley Wallace, 28, of Roslyn Avenue spend two years in a shock incarceration facility for selling fentanyl to an undercover officer three separate times between April 3 and May 3, and for having more than a half-ounce of heroin on Bailey Avenue on Oct. 8.

Wallace pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and to criminal possession of a controlled substance, all in the third degree.

Buffalo detective Bart Adams; officers Michael Acquino and Bradford Pitts; and Cheektowaga detectives Robert Laskowski and Michael Pilat investigated the cases, which were prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Justin T. Wallens.

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