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Sales near school nets drug offender more prison time

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By Cindy Simpson

A convicted drug dealer will be serving 100 percent of his eight year sentence because of his proximity of his crimes to a school zone.
Harriman Police Chief Randy Heidle said Byron Travelle Bazel, 30, was sentenced July 13 for violation of the drug free school zone law by selling crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school.
“It mandates people serve 100 percent of their sentence, and they are not eligible for parole or probation,” Heidle said.
Heidle said it was encouraging to see that they are getting strong convictions on drug related crimes.


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