LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lititz man who blamed his father for a drug deal caught on camera will spend up to 23 months in prison.
Wilfredo Torres, 21, was ordered to serve three to 23 months in Lancaster County Prison on Tuesday for selling $60 worth of crack cocaine in Lancaster, according to District Attorney Craig Stedman’s office. Torres must also spend a year on probation.
At his trial in February, Torres claimed it wasn’t him, but his father who was recorded selling cocaine on a surveillance camera in November 2014.
The jury didn’t believe him and found Torres guilty on a felony count of delivering a controlled substance.