A man who worked with two others to bring heroin and fentanyl to sell in Gillette will spend up to 10 years in prison.

Stephen Dale Fogleman, 33, was sentenced to six to 10 years each on two counts of conspiring to possess with intent to deliver the two drugs. District Judge John R. Perry ordered that the sentences be served concurrently.

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