Geno Demons Jr. and Raymond Dexter Hicks were sentenced to prison for fentanyl distribution.

ATLANTA — Two Stockbridge men have been sentenced to prison for fentanyl distribution.

“These two defendants directly contributed to the nation’s ongoing opioid epidemic by pushing the dangerous drug fentanyl,” said Robert J. Murphy, the special agent in charge of the Atlanta Field Division. “They’ve now been brought to justice and will face significant time behind bars.”

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