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Covington man sentenced to over 15 years for distributing crack cocaine

Quantez Calloway (Courtesy Campbell County Detention Center) Quantez Calloway (Courtesy Campbell County Detention Center)

COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) - A Covington man has been sentenced to 200 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of distribution of over five grams of crack cocaine.

Quantez Calloway, 25, was arrested in October 2009 by Covington police on distribution charges. He pled guilty to those charges in November.

Calloway was previously convicted of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance on two occasions in state court in Kentucky.

Calloway's sentencing was announced Monday by the US Attorney's Office in Eastern Kentucky.

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