Frederick Cocaine Dealer Sentenced

He receives 8 years in federal prison.

A Frederick cocaine dealer is heading off to prison. In US District Court in Baltimore on Friday, 30-year-old Trevin Montrez Sampson, 30, (Also known as “Bucket”) was given eight years in federal prison, followed by four years of supervised release.

The US Attorney’s Office for Maryland says Sampson was one of three individuals who conspired to transport and distribute cocaine in Frederick. The others were Sampson’s brother, Jacoby Sampson, and Peter Nicholson.

The incidents occurred between October, 2014 and December, 2014.

Sampson and his co-conspirators admitted to distributing at least 500 grams of cocaine in the Frederick area.

The US Attorney’s Office says Peter Andrew Nicholson, 32, (Also Known as “White Boy Pete”), of Rosedale, Md., pleaded guilty and on December 23rd, 2015, and was sentenced to nine years in prison for conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute. Jacoby Olajuwon Sampson, 27, (Also Known as “Luv/Luva” and “Coby”), pleaded guilty to the same charged and was sentenced to five years in prison.