Galeton Man Sentenced to Jail for Selling Rx Pills to Confidential Informant

COUDERSPORT – A Galeton man has been sentenced to jail after pleading guilty to selling prescription Suboxone pills to a confidential informant.

Brandon S. Proctor, age 24, was sentenced in Potter County court on June 20th to a total of 9 to 23 1/2 months in county jail. He was also ordered to perform 40 hours of community service and pay a total of $2,184 in fines, court costs and restitution. He was also ordered to attend NA and/or AA meetings as required, participate in a Victim Impact Panel Presentation and obtain his GED while incarcerated.

Proctor was arrested by Galeton Boro Police in April of 2011 after making two separate sales of a total of 7 pills in the amount of $220 to a confidential informant at the Acorn Market in Galeton. The sales were made in May of 2010.

Proctor pleaded guilty to Possession with intent to Manufacture or Deliver a Controlled Substance(F), Manufacture, Deliver or Possess with intent to Deliver(F), and two counts of Criminal Use of a Communications Facility(F3).

The case was prosecuted by Potter County District Attorney Andy Watson. Proctor was represented by Stephen Banik, of Wellsboro. Judge Stephen Minor issued the sentencing order.



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