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Pittsburgh Man Found Guilty Of Five Counts, But Not Drug Delivery Resulting In Death

December 20, 2017
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A Pittsburgh man was found not guilty on Tuesday evening on the most serious of a half-dozen charges against him in a drug overdose death trial, but now faces sentencing on guilty verdicts on five other counts in the case.

A Clarion County Court jury found 24 year-old Todd Carter not guilty on a charge of drug delivery resulting in death.  He was convicted, though, on three counts of the manufacture, delivery or possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, and two counts of the criminal use of a communication device.

Bail for Carter has been revoked, and he was returned to the Clarion County Jail, awaiting sentencing on February 7.  He also faces court action for allegedly threatening a witness and for alleged probation violations.

Carter was tried in the death of 35 year-old Joel Stark, from Rimersburg, who died from a heroin overdose on January 15.  Investigators believe two other individuals were involved with Carter and Stark in the fatal incident.

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