Oswego Drug Dealer Gets 7 Years in Prison
Sep 06, 2016 08:44AM ● Published by Steven Jack
Kendall County State’s Attorney Eric Weis announced today that Deashon T. Fultz, 26, of the 5000 block of Route 34, Oswego, has been sentenced to seven years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Fultz was recently convicted of Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance. According to Weis, Fultz delivered cocaine to an individual on multiple occasions starting in December 2013 until January of 2014.
Fultz last delivery of cocaine was over 15 grams, which made him a class x offender, Weis said. Fultz was set for trial in June 2015, but was arrested again on separate drug charges just days before his original trial date.
During that transaction, Fultz delivered a lesser amount of cocaine to an individual in Kendall County. For his original delivery of cocaine, Fultz received a 7 year prison sentence along with three years of mandatory supervised release.
Once he completes his first sentence, Fultz will have to complete an additional 30 months of probation for June 2015 delivery charge. If Fultz should fail the terms of his probation, he could receive an additional 3 to 15 years behind bars, Weis said.