A New Providence man accused of bringing methamphetamine into the area was sentenced to state prison Tuesday morning in Clearfield County Court.
Trevor Lee Brubaker, 19, pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, conspiracy, dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities and possession of drug paraphernalia. Judge Paul Cherry sentenced him to a total of 12 months to three years in state prison.
In November, Brubaker admitted to officers that he brought quantities of meth to the Clearfield area five different times and sold it for $40 per a quarter of a gram of the drug. He said he could charge more for it because his meth is “so good”, according to the affidavit.
He said he was a good dealer because his product “gets people hooked” but he isn’t addicted to it. He admitted that he used girlfriend Julie Fogle’s phone to arrange his drug sales and offered to show police messages in it related to drug activity.
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Fogle faces similar charges. According to reports, she said Brubaker was involved with the illegal sale of meth throughout Pennsylvania.
According to court documents, Fogle said Brubaker and Cory Adam Irwin, 34, of Curwensville, were involved in a deal trading meth for Xanax.
Irwin is charged with two felony counts of manufacture/delivery/possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and misdemeanor counts of intentional possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.