Maine Man Sentenced To 150 Months for Fentanyl Trafficking Conspiracy
41-year-old Jason Bolduc of Parsonsfield, Maine was sentenced Monday to 150 months in prison and three years of supervised release for conspiring to distribute fentanyl.
Court records reveal that, between September 2016 and January 2017, Bolduc conspired with others to purchase large amounts of fentanyl in Lawrence, Massachusetts for distribution in Maine. On January 13, 2017, federal and state drug agents apprehended Bolduc as he returned from one of his resupply trips and seized about 150 “fingers” (about 1,500 grams) of fentanyl from Bolduc and found in a vehicle he rented.
This case was investigated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, the York County Sheriff’s Office and the Biddeford Police Department and prosecuted as part of the Department of Justice’s Strategy to Combat the Opioid Epidemic.
Bolduc pled guilty on May 23, 2018. United States Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced the sentencing by Judge George Z. Singal in U.S. District Court.