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Hagerstown man sentenced for distribution of controlled substance

October 11, 2012|By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com

A Hagerstown man was sentenced to a year and a day in state prison after pleading guilty Thursday in Circuit Court to distributing a drug used in testosterone replacement therapy.

Timothy Allen Feigley, 33, of 1015 Concord St., pleaded guilty to distribution of a controlled substance, according to the application for statement of charges filed by the county Narcotics Task Force.

Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. sentenced Feigley to five years in state prison, suspending all but the year and a day, court records said. Feigley was given credit for 139 days of time already served and will be on probation for three years following his release, court records said.

The task force used a confidential informant to make two purchases from Feigley on April 25 and 27, the charging documents said. Both purchases were on the 100 block of Mont Valla Avenue, the documents said.

The informant had come to task force agents and told them that Feigley had steroid cream and injection pens with suspected steroids for sale, the charging documents said.

In both instances, the informant purchased the gel for $60, the charging document said.

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The maximum penalty for the distribution of a Schedule III controlled dangerous substance is five years in prison, according to the statement of charges.

In exchange for Feigley’s plea, the state dismissed another distribution charge and two counts of possession of a controlled substance, court records said.

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