Tulsa Meals Truck Proprietor Convicted of Ecstasy Smuggling

A Tulsa food truck owner will spend nearly six years in prison smuggling drugs into the country via the dark net.

Jeremy Singer used to ride the chicken bus.

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Prosecutors say he bought 500 ecstasy pills from Germany on an encrypted website.

Customs agents confiscated the pills when they entered the United States

Undercover agents delivered the pills and arrested the singer after he signed the package. Singer later fled the state on bail.

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A month later, he was arrested in Wyoming when he got away with a stolen bulldozer.

Singer pleaded guilty in August.

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