Illinois Man Receives 30-Year Sentence for Cocaine Delivery


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PONTIAC, IL – Phillip Anglin, 47, with a history of drug-related convictions, faces 30 years in prison following a Livingston County State’s Attorney’s Office conviction. 

Livingston County State’s Attorney’s Office say Anglin’s involvement in transporting cocaine from Kendall County to Livingston County resulted in the guilty verdict. His extensive criminal record spans multiple felony convictions across central Illinois.


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