A Minnesota man will spend 10 years in federal prison for trafficking large amounts of cocaine in western Wisconsin. Prosecutors say 50-year-old Lashawn Bennett of St. Paul pleaded guilty to possessing more than 500 grams with intent to distribute. Bennett was stopped for speeding in Eau Claire last March and state troopers found a bag containing three wrapped bricks of cocaine weighing seven-and-a-half pounds. He was on probation for cocaine trafficking in Wisconsin and prostitution in Minnesota at the time.
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