A York County jury needed just 45 minutes Thursday, after a three-day trial, to find a Rock Hill man guilty of methamphetamine trafficking.
Jonathan Stanley Ostrowski, 45, was sentenced to 18 years by Judge Brian Gibbons after a trial in York.
Police seized 31 grams of meth from pants inside an armoire in Ostrowski’s Bailey Avenue home in January 2017, said Aaron Hayes, the 16th Circuit assistant solicitor who prosecuted the case.
Ostrowski was investigated by York and Chester county drug agents, as well as federal agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Hayes said.
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The trial started Tuesday. The jury deliberated for 45 minutes before it returned guilty verdicts on trafficking meth and three weapons possession charges, Hayes said.
Ostroski has previous felony convictions for domestic violence and assault and battery, court records show.