Man Stored Drugs And Fentanyl Pills Inside Child’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Backpack

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Man Who Stored Drugs in Child’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Backpack Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison – GoLocalProv

When searching a childish backpack, one would expect to find items such as crayons, colored pencils, notebooks, and fidget toys. However, authorities discovered something much more gruesome- and much more illegal- than a mere set of scented markers.

A man stored drugs inside a child’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle backpack, which have been found by police.

According to information presented to the court, Davith Hoy wholesaled methamphetamine and fentanyl pills to other distributors. His criminal activity came to light after Kramer’s girlfriend met with Hoy and received meth pills.

ATF agents found a large quantity of fentanyl and methamphetamine pills inside a child’s Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles backpack, along with parts of a pill press and other items used to manufacture meth and fentanyl pills.

Davith Hoy, 42, was arrested in March 2021 and pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl. Prosecutors said Hoy was Ronald Kramer’s supplier.

Federal agents saw Hoy meet with Kramer’s girlfriend, Rebecca Beauchamp, and give her pills. They searched Hoy’s home and found fentanyl and meth pills hidden inside the child’s backpack.

Hoy was sentenced to 87 months in prison on Monday and faces four years of federal supervised release. Kramer and Beauchamp are currently awaiting trial on methamphetamine trafficking charges.

For additional details on this case, check out the news outlets listed below

  1. Man Who Stored Drugs in Child’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Backpack Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison  GoLocalProv
  2. Cranston man who hid drugs in child’s backpack gets 7-year sentence NBC 10

  3. Man Who Stored Drugs in Child’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Backpack Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison  NewsBreak
  4. Man Who Hid Drugs in Child’s Backpack Gets 7-Year Sentence  U.S. News & World Report

  5. Man who hid drugs in child’s backpack gets 7-year sentence  AP News

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