A 22-year-old Appleton man was sentenced to five years in prison for selling what police called a particularly potent batch of heroin.
Dewayne Farris was also put on 5 years extended supervision Tuesday after being convicted of second-degree recklessly endangering safety.
According to online court records, Outagamie County Judge Vincent Biskupic also put Farris on probation for 4 years.
The heroin sold by Farris is believed to be connected to at least 6 overdoses, according to investigators. However, no deaths have been reported.