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Pittsburgh Man Gets 9-18 Years In Clarion County Heroin Delivery Case

February 12, 2018
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A Pittsburgh man who was convicted in December on five charges involving the delivery of heroin in Clarion County has been sentenced to nine-to-eighteen years in state prison.

The case of 24 year-old Todd Carter included an investigation into his possible connection with the drug overdose death of a Rimersburg man in January, 2016.  Carter was found not guilty to a charge of drug delivery involving death in connection with that fatality.

A Clarion County Court jury convicted Carter on three counts of the manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture a controlled substance and two counts of the criminal use of a communication device.  Part of the court terms involved resentencing Carter in a 2013 case involving assault in which he was serving probation.

Carter was given credit for time served.

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