(ABC News)—A Colorado man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for selling a teenager what appeared to be prescription oxycodone pills that actually contained fentanyl.
In August, 23-year-old Nathaniel David Corser pleaded guilty to distribution of a mixture or substance with a detectable amount of fentanyl resulting in death. Following his sentence, he will serve three years of supervised release, according to court documents.
According to the plea agreement, Corser met with 19-year-old Kaeden Norlander at Cottonwood Creek Park in Colorado Springs for a drug deal. At the park, Corser sold the victim two blue pills imprinted with “M” and “30.”