A Dexter man was sentenced to 33 months in prison and three years of supervised release for conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute oxycodone and cocaine.

Donald Vigue, 42, was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court in Bangor by Judge Jon Levy for his role in acquiring the drugs in Rhode Island and distributing them in the Dexter area. Vigue conspired with Roger Belanger, Mark Tasker and others in these events. Vigue is the 11th person sentenced in this case.

In August 2016, Belanger and his daughter, Kelli Mujo, were convicted of conspiracy-related charges after a jury trial. In April, Belanger, of Corinna, was sentenced to 11 years in prison and five years of supervised release for conspiring to distribute and possess oxycodone and cocaine with the intent to distribute.

For several years between 2002 and 2014, Vigue was part of the cocaine and oxycodone distribution conspiracy that stretched from Rhode Island to the Dexter area, according to a news release from Acting U.S. Attorney Richard W. Murphy.

The case was investigated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, with assistance from the Dexter Police Department and the Penobscot County and Somerset County sheriff’s offices.

Belanger was among 10 people from Somerset and Penobscot counties arrested in April 2015 on sealed indictments in what was the breakup of “a major drug conspiracy,” Dexter police Chief Kevin Wintle said at the time.

The eight others arrested in the sting pleaded guilty to similar charges in 2016.

Four of those arrested later pleaded guilty in July 2016. Mark Tasker, of Dexter; Greg Tasker, of Stetson; Eugene Moulton, of Harmony; and Antoinette Perreault, of Harmony, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to distribute oxycodone and cocaine, as well as possession of the two drugs with the intent to distribute.

In January 2016, four others pleaded guilty in the case: John Williams, of Stetson; Cynthia Williams, of Stetson; Whitney Chadbourne, of Harmony; and Corey Pomerleau, of Harmony.

The first 10 originally faced the possibility of 10 years to life in prison, a $10,000,000 fine, and five years to life on supervised release on the conspiracy charge; and up to 20 years, a $500,000 fine, and three years of supervised release on the premises charge, the U.S. attorney’s office said when they were convicted.