PALATKA, Fla. -- A man who was arrested in June 2011 as part of 'Operation Dirty Thirty' for trafficking in Oxycodone has been found guilty by a jury.
William Earl Leonard could face life in prison for the charge, which is a first degree felony, according to a release from the office of State Attorney R.J. Larizza.
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Leonard sold 110 Roxicodone pills for $1,600 to "a confidential source" on Sept. 10, 2010, the release stated.
Assistant State Attorney Christina Opsahl, who handled the prosecution, said that the minimum sentence Leonard could face would be three years and the maximum would be 30.
However, if he is declared to be a Habitual Felony Offender, Leonard would then face life in prison.
The sentencing date is yet to be scheduled.
First Coast News