ALBANY — A Plattsburgh man was sentenced Wednesday to 78 months in prison for cocaine distribution-related charges, according to a press release.
Sean R. Fabian, 42, was convicted April 5, 2019, after conspiring to distribute 300 grams of cocaine within the City of Plattsburgh, the U.S. Department of Justice press release said.
In February of 2018, Fabian conspired with a Hannah Dyer to traffic the drugs to the city, with New York State Police finding the cocaine in a thermos submerged in fish stew in Dyer's car when she was pulled over in Clinton County.
Fabian also received a sentence of six years supervised release following his incarceration.
He was sentenced by United States District Judge Mae A. D’Agostino, the case was investigated by the DEA and the Plattsburgh City Police Department, and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Douglas Collyer and Troy Anderson.