Michael Kulikoff, 30, and Kenneth Miller, 57, both of California City, Calif., must serve time in federal prison and forfeit drug proceeds, Idaho’s U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson announced Friday.
The men were the latest in a string of California residents sentenced for roles in a conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and hydromorphone in Boise, according to a news release.
Kulikoff faces two years in prison and must forfeit $15,000. Miller faces nearly four years in prison and must forfeit $8,000.
Kulikoff admitted that he distributed between 500 and 1750 30mg pills of oxycodone to a confidential informant and an undercover officer in Idaho. At sentencing, Judge Winmill found that Miller obstructed justice by threatening a witness in California, and imposed a stiffer sentence on him.