Davenport man admits conspiring to sell drugs

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A man from Davenport has admitted to conspiring with others to sell cocaine over a span of roughly six years, officials say.

According to the Department of Justice, 32-year-old Alan Baugh was sentenced to six-years and three-months imprisonment for conspiring to sell over 500 grams (17 ounces), and over 220-pounds of marijuana.

The district court ordered Baugh to forfeit nearly $13,000 seized when police searched his home in February of 2012. During that search, officers found 15-pounds of marijuana and 9-ounces of cocaine.

He has been ordered to serve four-years of supervised release after his prison release and also has to pay $100 toward the Crime Victims Fund.