BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to federal drug and gun charges in a deal with prosecutors that calls for a sentence of 12 years in prison.

The office of the U.S. Attorney in Maryland on Wednesday said that 48-year-old Brian Lockett pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen firearm and to possession with intent to distribute drugs.

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Lockett was charged under an initiative targeting the illegal distribution of fentanyl, its analogues and other synthetic opioids.

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Prosecutors say law enforcement officers searching Lockett’s basement bedroom found more than 1,600 gelcaps that contained acetylfentanyl, fentanyl or heroin.

They also found other drugs and a handgun.

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