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August 14, 2002

Two Leesburg drug dealers are sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Thirty-nine-year-old Greg Roundtree pled guilty to charges of trafficking and manufacturing crack cocaine. Twenty-nine-year-old Ismael St. Paul also pled guilty to trafficking the drug.

Both men were busted by the Lee County narcotics unit in February 1999 while they were cooking the crack cocaine in a Leesburg house. The drugs had a street value of more than $28,000.

This is Roundtree's second drug conviction, and, in addition to the jail time, he has to pay a $200,000 fine.