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Man paid USPS carrier to deliver South Carolina packages of marijuana in mail, officials say

Lemont Antwaun Darby, 37, of Orangeburg, was sentenced Monday to more than three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute marijuana, according to the District of South Carolina U.S. Attorney's Office.

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Evidence presented in court showed that Darby was a drug dealer who regularly received packages of marijuana through the mail from California and elsewhere.

Mjaan Roland, 31, of Chapin, worked as a city carrier with the Columbia Main Post Office and Dutch Fork Station.

Testimony said Darby approached Roland in March 2022 and asked him to facilitate the delivery of these packages of marijuana. The address Darby used was on Roland’s route, according to testimony.

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It said Darby compensated Roland for some of the deliveries by paying him between $100 and $200. On other occasions, he gave him small amounts of drugs.

United States District Judge Sherri A. Lydon sentenced Darby to 46 months in prison, or more than three years, to be followed by a two-year term of court-ordered supervision. There is no parole in the federal system.

Codefendant Mjaan Roland previously pleaded guilty and is still awaiting sentencing.

This case was investigated by the United States Postal Inspection Service, the United States Postal Service, the Office of the Inspector General, the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, and the State Law Enforcement Division. Assistant U.S. Attorney Winston D. Holliday Jr. is prosecuting the case.


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