Lorenzo Faye Landers, 41, promised himself he would never sell drugs again after serving 8.5 years in prison for dealing cocaine.
"I also promised my family," Landers said, adding that during his sentence he missed formative years of his daughter's life. She was 2 years old when he was arrested. By the time he got out of prison, she'd grown and changed.
Landers, then 30 years old, pleaded guilty to three counts of selling cocaine in York County in 2004. He was sentenced to 120 years in prison with 113 years suspended.
He was also sentenced to 120 years of supervised probation upon release.
Landers got out of prison on work release in 2012. He got a job at...