Front Royal man sentenced for heroin distribution
A local Front Royal man, Nikolai Hall-Andujar, was sentenced to 46 months in prison for his role in a heroin pipeline distribution conspiracy. Between summer of 2015 and spring of 2018, Hall-Andujar brought over 400 grams of heroin to individuals in Front Royal and Winchester. He was part of the “Chris” heroin distribution organization based out of Baltimore. He would obtain four to ten grams of heroin from Baltimore every other day, which he would then use and redistribute in Front Royal and Winchester.
The Drug Enforcement Administration continues to crack down on heroin and other illicit drugs in our community.
“The effect that heroin has had on our communities and families across the DMV has been devestating. The sentencing in this case, along with the help of local and federal agencies across the DMV, is to be commended for the impact it’s had on communities across Maryland, DC and Virginia,” said Special Agent in Charge Jesse R. Fong.
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