Moon Township man sentenced to 330 months in prison for drug trafficking and money laundering while on supervised release

(Moon Township, PA) Noah Landfried, age 38 of Moon Township (Allegheny County), was sentenced sentenced to 330 months in prison for committing drug trafficking and money laundering crimes while on federal supervised release from a prior prison sentence for drug trafficking, Acting United States Attorney Troy Rivetti announced. Landfried was also ordered to serve ten years of supervised release following his prison sentence. He was convicted of conspiracy to distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance, including at least 5 kilograms of cocaine, between 40 and 400 grams of fentanyl, and between 100 and 1,000 grams of heroin; conspiracy to launder drug trafficking proceeds; possession with intent to distribute at least 40 grams of fentanyl. The conduct occurred in 2017 and 2018.
Landfried was early released in 2017 from his prior federal prison sentence for international marijuana trafficking. Landfried’s prior sentence was retroactively reduced by nearly 200 months as a result of an across-the-board reduction of the sentencing guidelines for convicted federal drug dealers. Following his release in 2017, he re-established a direct connection to a Mexican source of supply and received tractor-trailer shipments of kilograms of cocaine that were transported across the U.S./Mexico border. Landfried supplemented his cocaine trafficking by distributing thousands of oxycodone pills and large quantities of fentanyl and heroin, in addition to the K2/synthetic cannabinoids he was trafficking into prisons.

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