Man gets five years total in two separate drug cases

YOUNGSTOWN OH – A Sebring man on bond for a spate of drug charges who was arrested again for the same offenses was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison.

Judge John M. Durkin of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court sentenced Jason Gorby, 30, of East Maryland Avenue, after Gorby entered guilty pleas to charges of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs; possession of drugs; child endangering; and two counts of trafficking in drugs.

Gorby was first charged after an Oct. 3 search warrant at his home was served by the Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force, where chemicals used to make methamphetamine were found as well as methamphetamine itself.

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About the Mahoning Valley Task Force Collaborative ( is a collaborative effort between the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force (VCTF), a FBI Safe Streets & Gang Unit Initiative; the Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force (LETF), a HIDTA initiative; the FBI Crimes Against Children (CAC); and the Mahoning Valley Crisis Response Team (CRT), a multi-jurisdiction SWAT team. The group's overall goal is to disrupt and dismantle criminal street gangs, degrade drug trafficking organizations, and remove dangerous predators from our community through intelligence-driven investigations and new initiatives and partnerships.

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