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BOISE, Idaho — A Wyoming man convicted for peddling drugs in Twin Falls has been ordered to spend 24 months in prison.

Twenty-one-year-old Troy Sabrosky was sentenced in federal court Monday for conspiracy to traffic oxycodone.

Prosecutors charged Sabrosky and three other men in an eight-count indictment with dealing the highly addictive drug between March 2009 and March 2010.

Police say an eight-month investigation using undercover agents ultimately led to the arrests of Sabrosky and the others. Investigators say the four men frequently traveled to Salt Lake City — sometimes several times each week — to purchase large amounts of oxycodone and sold it from their homes in Twin Falls.

Sabrosky, of Casper, Wyo., pleaded guilty to the charges in September.

He also faces three years of supervised release following his prison term.

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