Pensacola Meth Dealer Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison

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MOBILE, AL – A Pensacola, Florida, man was sentenced on October 15, 2021, to 10 years in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine ice.


According to court documents, Jeffery Mason Baisch, 48, distributed methamphetamine ice he obtained to various suppliers in Baldwin County, Alabama.   Baisch was implicated by several co-conspirators in a drug distribution organization operating in central Baldwin County.  During the investigation, Baisch sold methamphetamine to an undercover informant who was working with local investigators.  In addition, Baisch was in possession of methamphetamine and other controlled substances when a search warrant was executed at his residence in Pensacola.


United States District Court Judge Kristi K. Dubose imposed the 10-year sentence, which will be followed by five years on supervised release following his imprisonment.  As conditions of his supervision, Baisch will undergo testing and treatment for drug abuse, and he will be subject to a search of his person and premises upon reasonable suspicion.  No fine was imposed but the judge ordered that Baisch pay $100 in special assessments.


The case was investigated by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the Baldwin County Drug Task Force, the Pensacola office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and the FBI’s Safe Streets Task Force.  Assistant U.S. Attorney Gloria Bedwell prosecuted the case on behalf of the United States.


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