Odlanier Laracuente will serve three years in prison for selling drugs he thought was heroin but was actually fentanyl

CANANDAIGUA — A Rochester man accepted an offer from the Ontario County District Attorney’s Office for selling over 80 bags of fentanyl he believed was heroin.

On Tuesday, Odlanier Laracuente, 25, admitted he sold drugs on two different occasions in the town of Victor. Based upon the deal will serve three years in state prison for the two counts of third degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.

Laracuente is currently out on $20,000 bond and will turn himself in for sentencing on Jan. 2.

Ontario County Judge Craig Doran stated that if Laracuente violates any of the bail  terms while out on bail he will revoke the offer and sentence him to the max sentence for the 2 counts, which is 18 years.

Laracuente was represented by Ontario County Assistant Public Defender Delton Caraway.