Two cousins both sent to federal prison on cocaine charges

Photo courtesy of Upper Peninsula Breaking News

Two cousins from Hannahville will each spend more than a year in federal prison for delivery of cocaine.

Alexander Sagataw, 31, is on the left in the photo seen here. He’s been sentenced to 17 months in prison and three years of supervised release.

Lucas Sagataw, 30, is on the right. He’ll have to serve 21 months in prison and undergo drug rehabilitation. Once he’s released from prison, he’ll also have to perform 20 hours of community service per week until he’s employed.

Both cousins had been sentenced in the same federal courtroom on the same charge once before. In fact, Alexander Sagataw was arrested on this current charge in a halfway house while serving the final days of his previous cocaine delivery sentence.