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Man Involved in Charlottesville-New York Drug Ring to Serve 87 Months
May 2011

One of the men involved in a Charlottesville to New York drug ring learned his sentence Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia .

Kasheen Osborne, 20, of Manassas will serve 87 months in a federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Back in March, Osborne pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine and heroine, as well as money laundering.

In court Thursday, Osborne apologized for participating in the ring and said that he has learned his lesson.

“I want to recognize the officers who worked so hard to penetrate and dismantle this criminal organization. The Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force led by its supervisor Lt. Don Campbell and the two primary agents who began this investigation and who saw it through to a successful conclusion, Det. Jon McKay of the Albemarle County Police Department and Det. Brian O’Donnell with the Charlottesville Police Department deserve a great deal of recognition and thanks.” -- Tim Heaphy, United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia