A former Milford Resident has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for multiple class A felony charges. It was on June 25th when 39 year old Jaime Alvarado was initially arrested after police found narcotics in his car during a traffic stop on State Road 15, following a narcotics investigation that began a week earlier. In the investigation, undercover narcotics officers made a controlled purchase of heroin from a residence in Syracuse. At the residence, police located black tar heroin, crystal meth, methadone and items associated with the sale and distribution of narcotics. Alvarado was initially arrested on four class A felony charges of dealing/delivering/manufacturing methamphetamine and dealing in a narcotic drug. He was also initially charged with multiple counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and possession of a narcotic drug.