By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A judge has sentenced a man who is already serving time in federal prison on drug charges to additional time for trying to distribute more drugs while behind bars.READ MORE: FDA Says Temperature Scanning Devices Used To Detect Coronavirus Are Not Always Accurate
Robert Korbe will spend an additional 48 months in prison.
Federal investigators say he was allegedly planning to pass synthetic marijuana to other inmates at the federal correctional facility in Loretto, Cambria County.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Public Schools Could Start Vaccinating Teachers Next Week
Korbe will serve the additional time consecutively with the 25 that he’s already serving for trafficking cocaine.
Federal agents raided the Korbe home back in November of 2008.MORE NEWS: Pitt Says Some 2021 Commencement Ceremonies Will Be In-Person
It was during that raid when Korbe’s wife, Christina, shot and killed one of the agents. In 2016, a federal judge rejected Christina Korbe’s bid for a reduced sentence.