Canisteo Man Convicted Of Drug Charges By Federal Court

December 23 2014
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says 41 year old David Jackson of Canisteo was given 27 months in prison, after being convicted of conspiracy to import synthetic drugs from China.

Federal officials say that Jackson was convicted of conspiracy to import alpha-PVP, a synthetic narcotic,  and that between September 2013, and January 16, 2014, the defendant, along with co-defendants Erin Dwyer and Richard Dwyer, of the Niagara County Town of Barker, conspired to import the synthetic narcotics from China using the Internet.

Officials say that the packages were then delivered to Richard Dwyer in Barker, by the United States Postal Service.