A Lancaster city man who sold fentanyl-laced heroin under police surveillance was sentenced to prison recently for delivery of fentanyl and criminal use of a communication device.
Jerome Johnson, 31, pleaded guilty to the charges and will spend four to 10 years in prison.
Johnson sold fentanyl-laced heroin under police surveillance on Oct. 19, 2018, in a city alley, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office.
The sentence was ordered by Lancaster County Judge Jeffery Wright.
Johnson's criminal record spans 20 years and includes prison time for drugs and firearms, the district attorney's office said.