Greeneville man sentenced on oxycodone conspiracy charge

Greeneville man sentenced on oxycodone conspiracy charge


GREENEVILLE (WATE) - A Greeneville man was sentenced Wednesday for his role in an oxycodone distribution conspiracy in East Tennessee.

Steven Bailey, 49, received a sentence of 103 months in federal prison.

Bailey was the owner and operator of Total Fashions clothing store in Greeneville for about two years leading up to his arrest in June 2011.

The U.S. Attorney's Office said while he ran the store, he was getting oxycodone from a co-defendant, FrankieL. Crum, 29, of Greeneville, and re-selling the pills to his own customers.

Bailey stipulated that he helped distribute at least 1,500 oxycodone pills.

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