- Associated Press - Saturday, May 21, 2016

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A Pawtucket man has been sentenced to prison for trafficking cocaine and heroin from the storage facility business where he was a manager.

Kwame Davis was sentenced Friday to at least six years behind bars followed by four years of probation.

Davis pleaded guilty on Feb. 10 to possession of cocaine and heroin with the intent to distribute.

Authorities say undercover police officers made several drug purchases from the 42-year-old Davis during an investigation in June 2015. Many of the purchases were made while Davis was working in his office at the Pawtucket storage facility business.

Authorities executed an authorized search of Davis’ office on June 24, 2015, and uncovered 540 grams of cocaine and 19 grams of heroin.

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