NASHVILLE – A Nashville, Tennessee man convicted earlier this year of drug distribution and firearms offenses was sentenced today to 20 years in prison, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Mary Jane Stewart for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Gary Edmiston was indicted in October 2019. He pleaded guilty to four charges of heroin distribution, possession with intent of selling heroin and cocaine, and possession by a felon of a firearm.
Edmiston was on state parole in October for conspiring to commit aggravated robbery. He also had a history of drug trafficking. In September 2018., Edmiston began selling heroin at his North Nashville home. State parole officers surprised Edmiston by visiting his house. They found that Edmiston had approximately 36 gram of heroin, 17 gram of cocaine, a loaded assault rifle and a loaded handgun. This case was investigated by: the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, the Tennessee Department of Correction, and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. The case was prosecuted by Ahmed A. Safeeullah, Assistant U.S. attorney.
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