Man gets 15 years with plea deal in massive meth, fentanyl bust

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — A man charged with possessing large quantities of drugs last year will spend a decade-and-a-half in prison, according to the Broome County District Attorney’s Office.

The trial for Marlon Graham, 37, was scheduled to begin Monday. However, prosecutors say he pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in exchange for 15 years in state prison and five years of parole.

The DA’s office says Graham will also forfeit approximately $25,000 and a 2005 Acura.

According to the plea, Graham possessed meth in Kirkwood in June 2018 and fentanyl in Deposit in November 2018.

62 1/2 Wheeler Street, Deposit

Graham and co-defendant Johnnah DeGraw were arrested on Nov. 30 when the Broome County Special Investigations Task Force executed a narcotics search warrant at 62 1/2 Wheeler Street in Deposit.

Related: Sheriff: Kilos of heroin, fentanyl, meth seized in Deposit drug bust

Graham will remain at the Broome County Jail until his formal sentencing on May 10.

Nicky Hickling

Nicky Hickling

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