Man Could Face 40 Years For Bringing Heroin to Patient in Hospital
One man brought two loaded syringes to a friend in the hospital, who was there because of a drug overdose.
A Marion man admitted to bringing heroin to his friend, who was in the hospital because he had already overdosed. According to KWWL.com, James Sullivan brought two loaded syringes to a patient in an in-patient treatment center where his friend was staying after an overdose. He faces a mandatory minimum of a year in federal prison, but could face the maximum sentence of 40 years.
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