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Man Could Face 40 Years For Bringing Heroin to Patient in Hospital

on Wednesday, 23 May 2012. Posted in Breaking News, Heroin

Heroin Addiction

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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