A Michigan man was sentenced on Friday, March 23, 2018, to 28 years for conspiracy to distribute oxycodone in Kentucky. Stanford Ray Coleman, 47, of Detroit, was previously found guilty a jury of the charge. Evidence at trial established that Coleman was the supplier of large amounts of oxycodone 30mg tablets to street and mid-level dealers in the Mt. Sterling area. Coleman used at least five false names to conceal his identity and presence in the area. He was found to be responsible for 5,000 oxycodone 30 mg tablets from May 2015 to July 2015. United States District Court Judge Danny Reeves ordered that his federal sentence run consecutive to a Fayette County felony offense for drug distribution.