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Crime Cleveland drug dealer who killed billionaire’s son with laced cocaine gets 15 years in prison

17:16  13 february  2020
17:16  13 february  2020 Source:   cleveland19.com

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CLEVELAND , Ohio — A Cleveland man pleaded guilty to selling a mix of cocaine , heroin and fentanyl to the son of a Greek billionaire who died of an Federal law normally mandates a federal judge to sentence a defendant to at least 20 years in prison . However, Christian reached an agreement with

a group of people in a room: Socrates S. Kokkalis (far right) was found dead on the 24th floor of the Marriot Hotel on July 14, 2018.© Provided by WOIO Cleveland Socrates S. Kokkalis (far right) was found dead on the 24th floor of the Marriot Hotel on July 14, 2018.

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The Cleveland drug dealer convicted of killing a Greek billionaire’s son in 2018 with spiked cocaine was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday in federal court.

Cell phone records and surveillance video showed that Terry Lee Christian sold Socrates S. Kokkalis cocaine laced with fentanyl and heroin on July 13, 2018, according to court records.

Kokkalis, the son of business mogul Sokratis P. Kokkalis, was found dead the next day in his downtown Cleveland Marriott suite.

White powder found by police at the scene was tested, and officers were able to confirm it contained a potent mixture of the three drugs.

Kokkalis was not aware the cocaine had been spiked. Christian’s DNA was found on the bag of drugs, and he pleaded guilty to a drug distribution charge this past October.

This matter was investigated by the Cleveland Division of Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration, and prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Vasile C. Katsaros and Margaret Sweeney.

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Coast Guard offloads $338 million worth of seized cocaine in San Diego .
Two months. Eight stops. About 20,000 pounds of smuggled cocaine, worth roughly $338 million. On Monday, a U.S. Coast Guard cutter crew docked in San Diego and offloaded the hefty hauls that cutter crews intercepted from boats in the eastern Pacific Ocean carrying bundles of the illegal drug. Coast Guard officials said that in eight different incidents between mid-November and mid-January, four of its cutter crews stopped and boarded eight boats in known drug routes at sea and seized nearly 20,000 pounds of cocaine. The incidents occurred off the west coasts of Mexico, Central and South America.

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