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Airman Sentenced in Drug Conspiracy

November 27, 2001|From Times Staff Reports

An Air Force clerk received a four-year prison sentence Monday after admitting he funneled prescription drugs from his Los Angeles base to a Hells Angels associate in Ventura, where prosecutors say the pills were sold to teens.

Airman Joshua Adams, 24, was given credit for time served of a nearly five-year military sentence.

While in military custody, Adams was indicted in Ventura County Superior Court, along with 15 others, for allegedly conspiring with Hells Angels members and their associates to sell drugs, including Vicodin and Valium, to students in Ventura and Ojai.

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