Camden Man Gets 11+ Years in Prison for Drug Trafficking

EL DORADO, Ark. - A Camden man known as "Stunna" is sentenced to more than 11 years in jail, plus four years of supervised release, for drug trafficking, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Arkansas announced. 
Orlando Deshun "Stunna" Mitchell, 41, of Camden, was convicted on one count of Distribution of More Than 28 Grams of Cocaine Base. 
According to court records, on Sept. 5, 2013, investigators with the 13th Judicial Drug Task Force and the FBI arranged for a controlled purchase of cocaine base from Mitchell.
That day, a confidential source met with Mitchell. Mitchell agreed to sell the source three ounces of cocaine for $3,000. After the two met and the transaction was completed, officers submitted the suspected crack cocaine to the Arkansas State Crime Lab where it was found to be a total of 81.08 grams of cocaine base.
Mitchell was named in a federal indictment in July, 2015 and pleaded guilty to the charge in February, 2016.
His sentencing hearing was Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017.

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