Dark Web drug dealer gets 9 years in prison for narcotics trafficking

Dark Web drug dealer aka “NoStress,” was sentenced by a federal Judge to a total of 108 months in prison, to be followed by 4 years of supervised release.

Dark Web drug dealer aka “NoStress,” was sentenced by a federal Judge to a total of 108 months in prison, to be followed by 4 years of supervised release.

Adam Lemar Miles, 46 previously plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance, three counts of distribution of a controlled substance, and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. As part of his plea agreement, Miles agreed to forfeit a shotgun, a rifle, two pistols, a revolver, several hundred rounds of ammunition, and $61,872 in seized U.S. currency. The U.S. Attorney’s Office reported.

According to publicly filed court documents, federal agents were investigating vendors who utilize Dark Web marketplaces to advertise and distribute controlled substances. Agents identified a drug dealer with variations of the moniker “NoStress” who was advertising controlled substances, including methamphetamine and hydrocodone, on dark web marketplaces.

On three separate occasions, federal agents purchased and received 7 grams of methamphetamine, 11 hydrocodone pills, and 14 grams of crystal methamphetamine from vendor accounts operated by Dark Web drug dealer Adam Miles aka “NoStress.”

On January 10, 2018, a search warrant was executed on Miles’ home in Riverside, California. Evidence recovered from Miles home exposed the defendant as the vendor known as “NoStress.” Additional evidence revealed Miles had distributed at least 350 grams of methamphetamine on the dark web, since 2015.

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