Norwalk man faces federal drug trial

TOLEDO - Federal prosecutors wrapped up their case Friday late afternoon in the trial of a Norwalk man accused of selling marijuana and cocaine for more than four years.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

TOLEDO — Federal prosecutors wrapped up their case Friday late afternoon in the trial of a Norwalk man accused of selling marijuana and cocaine for more than four years.

Michael D. Baker, 43, of 4645 Laylin Road, faces life in prison on one count of conspiracy to distribute marijuana and cocaine. He was one of 16 suspects arrested at the conclusion of an Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) investigation that lasted from April 2001 through October 2005.

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