Long Sentence for Drug Delivery Resulting in Death Case

Long Sentence for Drug Delivery Resulting in Death CaseRicky Lowe (Chester County District Attorney)

WEST CHESTER, PA — On June 26, 2020, Judge Patrick Carmody sentenced defendant Ricky Lowe to 14-32 years on Drug Delivery Resulting in Death, Possession With Intent to Deliver, and Criminal Use of Communication Facility.

This is the highest sentence and first jury trial conviction in Chester County for this type of case, states the Chester County District Attorney Office.

In fashioning his sentence the judge noted the defendant’s lack of remorse based on the prison phone calls he made after his conviction in which he was still advising and guiding drug dealers on the outside. He also commented on the callousness of the defendant when he continued to supply more of the same poison a few days later when he learned that the drugs he sold “made her sick.”

READ:  AG Shapiro on SCOTUS Decision: This Fight Is Not Over

The case was prosecuted by Assitant District Attorneys Vince Cocco and  Kaitlyn Macaulay. This case was investigated by Detective Robert Bostick from the Tredyffrin Township Police Department.

Thanks for visiting! MyChesCo brings reliable information and resources to Chester County, Pennsylvania. Please consider supporting us in our efforts. Your generous donation will help us continue this work and keep it free of charge. Show your support today by clicking here and becoming a patron.

Buy Us a Cup of Coffee
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments