Sacramento cocaine trafficker sentenced | Crime
SACRAMENTO, CA - A Sacramento man convicted of cocaine trafficking and money laundering was sentenced to 20 years in prison by a federal judge Wednesday.
Daryl M. Summerfield, 46, arranged for multiple kilograms of cocaine to be shipped from California to Alaska between December 2003 and March 2006, according to court records. Summerfield would then fly to Alaska to distribute the cocaine through a network of drug dealers.
The defendant was caught on March 22, 2006, when he tried to send 13 kilograms of the drug from Elk Grove to Alaska and the package was intercepted by Drug Enforcement Administration agents.
Per Summerfield's plea agreement, he admitted to using an intermediary to handle the money he made from drug sales to spend more than $100,000 for a duplex on 18th Street.
Two of Summerfield relatives have also been charged for their alleged roles in the case.