On Friday at the United States Courthouse in Hartford, CT. Jordan Flythe, also known as “T,” 28, of New Britain, pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute, and distribution of, fentanyl and cocaine base (“crack”).
The FBI’s Northern Connecticut Gang Task Force and Hartford Police Department identified Flythe as a narcotics distributor who supplied various gang members in Hartford’s South End.
On February 3, 2020, after investigators conducted a controlled purchase of approximately six grams of crack cocaine from Flythe in exchange for $300 in Hartford, Hartford Police stopped Flythe’s vehicle and arrested Flythe on state narcotics charges.
A search of Flythe’s vehicle and person at the time of his arrest revealed approximately 20 grams of crack, a digital scale and $3,450 in cash.
While Flythe was released on bond in his state case, investigators made controlled purchases from Flythe of approximately 12 grams of crack on February 12, and 100 sleeves of fentanyl and approximately eight grams of crack on February 17.
Flythe was arrested again on February 26, 2020 and has been detained since.
Flythe is scheduled to be sentenced on January 20, 2021.