A man from Oswego County pleaded guilty to his role in a drug trafficking operation Thursday.
He could face up to 20 years in prison with a $1 million dollar fine.
Tyler Hull, 38, of Fulton, admitted to conspiring to unlawfully distribute and possess eutylone.
Eutylone is similar to cocaine and methamphetamine.
Hull admitted that between Nov. and Dec. of 2020 he conspired to distribute the drug in Oswego County.
He has a prior conviction of third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and faces the possibility of life on parole after his release.
He will be sentenced on March 9, 2022.
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