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Two men sentenced for selling cocaine to undercover officer

Posted at 5:59 PM, Jun 28, 2017
and last updated 2018-03-19 09:22:43-04

TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - Two men accused of selling cocaine to an undercover officer in Tallahassee have been sentenced.

Carson Shoaf, 21, was sentenced to 150 days in jail followed by two years of community control and two years of probation on June 28, 2017.

He plead no contest to one count of possession of cocaine with intent to sell, which is a second degree felony. 

Kevin Wolfe, Shoaf's 21-year-old co-defendant, was also sentenced to 150 days in jail on August 30, 2017 after pleading no contest.

His sentence will be followed by two years of community control and two years of probation for one count of possession of cocaine with intent to sell. 


TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - Florida State police say they have arrested a Tallahassee Community College student and one other man after they met up with an undercover officer to sell him 2 ounces of cocaine.

Florida State Police Department said they arrested TCC student Carson Shoaf, 19, and Kevin Wolfe, 20, for selling cocaine Thursday morning. 

Investigators said that FSU police were in the parking lot of a building on Heritage Grove Circle when Shoaf's black SUV arrived around 11:20 a.m. to sell 2 ounces of cocaine to an undercover officer for $2,800. 

When the officer spoke to the three men in the SUV, he saw two plastic bags full of cocaine on the car floor near where Wolfe was seated.

All three were transported to the FSU Police department after the drugs were confiscated.

When interviewed, Shoaf said that he got the drugs from a man Wolfe had picked up from Tampa on Wednesday. However, Wolfe told investigators that he was asked to help Shoaf sell cocaine, but didn't personally know the TCC student.

Shoaf told investigators that he was selling cocaine to pay his bills after he got a traffic ticket and lost his job.

Both Shoaf and Wolfe were arrested and charged with trafficking cocaine. They were transported to the Leon County Jail.

Police said that the investigation is ongoing.