Man gets 41#x2044;2; years in cocaine case

From staff reports

A Prior Lake, Minn., man convicted of selling cocaine in Rochester has been sentenced to 41⁄2; years in prison.

Olmsted District Judge Kevin Lund also ordered Lorenzo Lenar Taylor, 33, to pay $400 in restitution and a $45 fine.

Taylor was one of several people arrested last fall during a citywide drug sweep. He pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree controlled substance crime for the sale of cocaine in August 2001.

Lund gave him credit for 116 days served in jail. He will not be eligible for release until he's served two-thirds of the 54-month sentence. He was sentenced July 18.

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