A Cape Cod man who authorities say got heroin from New Bedford then sold it to his customers on the Cape has been sentenced to 90 months in Federal Prison, plus five years of supervised release.

Thirty-two year old Shaun Miller of Hyannis was sentenced in Federal Court in Boston on Friday.

Prosecutors say Miller was charged as part of a federal investigation into the "Nauti-Block" on the Cape, which resulted in the indictment of 19 people.

Prosecutors say gang leaders obtained heroin from New Bedford, then distributed to drug dealers on the Cape including Miller, who then sold it to his customers.

At the time of his arrest, Miller was found with two 357-caliber firearms and more than $40,000 in cash.

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