Arizona Man Imprisoned for Distributing Counterfeit Oxy Pills

~1 min read | Published on 2023-08-18, tagged Darkweb-VendorSentenced using 195 words.

A man from Glendale, Arizona, was sentenced to 42 months in prison for selling counterfeit oxycodone pills and meth through the dark web.

According to a press release by the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia, 30-year-old Justin Udvardi, fulfilled hundreds of drug orders through multiple dark web vendor accounts under the username "TrapGod."
Udvardi reportedly sold large quantities of counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl, methamphetamine, and MDMA through the TrapGod vendor accounts for over two years.
Udvardi's sentencing stemmed from investigations conducted by investigators from the FBI and USPIS in the Eastern District of Virginia. During the investigations, between September 2021 and September 2022, the investigators made multiple undercover purchases from Udvardi. In total, the investigators received drug packages that contained 120 grams of meth and more than 250 pills of counterfeit oxycodone that they established contained fentanyl. Tracking the drug packages revealed that Udvardi operated out of Arizona.
The investigations also revealed that Udvardi was also involved in the sale of stolen credit card information and materials used to make fraudulent identification documents.
U.S. District Judge Michael S. Nachmanoff sentenced Udvardi to three years and six months in prison on August 17, 2023.