A Natrona County man has been sentenced for driving his son around, in order to help sell drugs.

Fifty-six year old Fernando Rojas was sentenced to four to five and one half years in prison, after he pleaded guilty to two charges of aiding and abetting the delivery of cocaine.

According to agents with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, two confidential informants told the DCI they bought cocaine and marijuana hundreds of times from Israel Rojas for about 10 years.

The DCI, with the help of the confidential informants who were wearing wireless transmitters, recorded sales of drugs in October, and monitored calls for drug deals.

Rojas, who lived elsewhere in Casper, often would drive his son Isreal around, but claimed he didn’t know what was being done during those excursions.