CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A Massachusetts man has been sentenced in New Hampshire to nearly four years in prison for participating in a conspiracy to distribute fentanyl that prosecutors said involved multiple people.

Court documents said 28-year-old Trevor Ahearn, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, sold fentanyl to customers from various New England states, including New Hampshire. They said he had at least one 200-gram bag of fentanyl and was expected to return $6,000 upon selling it.

Prosecutors said in addition to Ahearn, 33 defendants have been charged with participating in the conspiracy.

Ahearn previously pleaded guilty in October.

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