10-year federal sentence for Houma man arrested in New Orleans drug investigation


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NEW ORLEANS — The U.S. Attorney in New Orleans says a 36-year-old Houma man received a 10-year federal prison sentence on a cocaine distribution charge.

Kenneth A. Polite (puh-LEET') says in a news release that Channing Christopher Miller was sentenced Wednesday. Miller had pleaded guilty to a one-count indictment for possessing cocaine hydrochloride with the intent to distribute it.

Prosecutors say Miller was arrested last November in New Orleans during a drug surveillance operation at a bus terminal.

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