2 years for drug, contraband case

A 21-year-old Juneau man was sentenced to serve a combined two years in prison for felony drug misconduct, promoting contraband and a probation violation.

Flynn T. Lobaugh was sentenced last week in Juneau Superior Court before Judge Philip Pallenberg. A copy of the judgment was provided to the Empire Tuesday.

The judgment says Lobaugh received three years with two years suspended for third-degree drug misconduct for delivering heroin on April 5, and he received 18 months with 12 suspended for promoting contraband. He also received six months on a petition to revoke probation on an earlier case of misdemeanor theft.

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