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Brookfielder Sentenced 62 Months for Role in Drug Ring

Sentencing comes a year and a half after federal agents raided North Lake Shore home.

Brookfield resident Glenn Wagner was sentenced Tuesday to 62 months in prison, five years of supervised release and assessed a fine of $30,000 for his part in distributing performance enhancing steroids and marijuana.

Wagner, 50, on one count of conspiracy to possess and distribute more than 100 kilograms of marijuana between January 2007 and February 2011

According to court documents and statements made in court, .

According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, the investigation, which included the use of court-authorized wiretaps, law enforcement surveillance and controlled purchases of marijuana and other drugs, revealed that Sciacchetano frequently traveled from his home in Florida to deliver bulk quantities of marijuana to Wagner and others in Connecticut. Wagner then distributed the marijuana in smaller quantities to Mansa and others.

On the final drop before Wagner’s arrest in 2011, he received approximately 50 pounds of marijuana from Sciacchetano, to whom Wagner reportedly owed $50,000 in accumulated drug debt.

Local, state and federal police , removing approximately 40 pounds of marijuana, a loaded pistol grip shotgun and $23,000 in drug money and arresting Wagner in the process.

As part of his sentence, Wagner will forfeit three motorcycles, an all-terrain vehicle, a total of $31,098.78 and two properties he owns in Brookfield — 57 and 58 North Lake Shore Drive.

Mansa and Sciacchetano previously pleaded guilty and have been sentenced to prison terms of 46 months and 37 months, respectively.

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