AUGUSTA — A city man whose home was described by police as a place for an out-of-state gang to funnel illegal drugs into Maine was sentenced Tuesday to five years in jail with all but one year suspended and two years’ probation.

Peter E. Gleason, 33, of Augusta had pleaded guilty Sept. 3 in Kennebec County Superior Court to a charge of unlawful furnishing of heroin, and the case was continued until Tuesday for a brief sentencing hearing.

A charge of aggravated trafficking in more than six grams of heroin was dismissed in exchange for the plea.

Gleason’s 1 Penley St., Augusta, home was the target of a police raid Dec. 18 and 10 people were arrested, seven of them with Pennsylvania addresses.

Officers of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency reported seizing 45 grams of heroin with an estimated street value of $10,000 and approximately five grams of what authorities believed to be methamphetamine.

Gleason also was ordered to enter inpatient treatment within 30 days of his release from jail and to testify truthfully in any criminal matter if called as a witness by the state.

Conditions of Gleason’s probation ban him from contact with eight of the people arrested that day: Ryan Minoty, 22, of Augusta, and Pennsylvania residents Ricquell Lindo, 21; Nathaniel Taylor, 20; Tyshawn Mack, 22; Kenya Evans, 21; Shaquanna Khaleelah Jones, 19; Darvent Cummings, 23, and Tyrone Wilkins, 24.

Charges remain pending against some individuals.