Antoine Gogins, who was one of the four involved in selling heroin and cocaine in a subdivision near an elementary school, has been sentenced to three to 20 years in prison on Friday.
Antoine Gogins pleaded guilty to one count of controlled substance delivery and manufacturing in June.
David Ruff, also accused of being involved, was sentenced to 9 1/2 to 40 years in prison for drug charges. He pleaded guilty in June to two charges of delivery and manufacturing. Ruff's nine other counts against him were dropped with the plea deal.
Santonya Winstone was sentenced to one year in jail, six months for the drug charges and six months for another case involving a larceny charge.
According to the Traverse Narcotics Team and the Grand Traverse Sheriff's Office, a search warrant was executed on Lillian Lane in May near Silver Lake Elementary School.