At the time of Kurzynski's arrest he told officers he had been dealing high grade marijuana since August 2012. According to court documents, of the 100 pounds of marijuana he was to receive, 30 pounds would go to Kleinschmidt.
Kleinschmidt was will spend 24 days in jail and two years on probation after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors Tuesday.
Kurzynski reached a plea deal in the case in June and will spend two and years in prison, followed by five years extended supervision.
Kleinschmidt received credit for 754 days already spent in custody. He'll also spend two years on probation.