Massachusetts man pleads guilty for planning to distribute fentanyl
CONCORD — US Attorney Farley announced that a Massachusetts man pleaded guilty Tuesday to possessing and intending to sell fentanyl.
Rolando Sierra-Oyola, 30 of Andover, pleaded after police and court documents showed that he had sold "fingers" (10-gram quantities) of fentanyl at various points in 2015 and 2016.
According to court documents, Sierra-Oyola sold the drugs directly or sent "runners" to sell in his place.
He was arrested July 22, 2016 outside his Andover home. When police searched his home, they said they discovered fentanyl.
A sentencing for Sierra-Oyola is scheduled October 12, 2017.