McCauley has 68 prior convictions, sold synthetic cannabinoids to the homeless
Cedar Rapids, Iowa – A man who sold synthetic cannabinoids (K2) to homeless people was sentenced on June 13, 2018, to nearly 20 years in federal prison.

Benjamin Michael McCauley, age 45, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, received the prison term after a December 5, 2017, guilty plea to possessing with intent to distribute controlled substances called XLR-11, AB‑PINACA, and AB‑CHMINACA, AB‑FUBINACA.

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