Man connected to Grand Forks drug ring that killed PR teen makes deal, pleads guilty
FARGO -- A man connected to a Grand Forks drug ring pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to distribute synthetic drugs blamed for the deaths of two teens, a federal charge that carried a mandatory life sentence if he were convicted.
In a deal with prosecutors, Casey Stevens Rosen, 23, will get a reduced sentence but details won't be known until his formal sentencing April 9, said Chris Myers, the assistant U.S. attorney who has charged 15 people in the case.
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