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Middleburgh Man Sentenced to Six Years for Selling Heroin

Written By Editor on 9/9/16 | 9/9/16

A Middleburgh man was sentenced to six years in prison for dealing heroin. Scott Kossow, 31, was arrested last October for selling drugs. At that point he was charged with three counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree.

Kossow had been arrested with another Middleburgh resident in 2013 for heroin possession. He had been charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal use of drug paraphernalia in the second-degree.

Kossow was sentenced by Schoharie County Judge George Bartlett. He had been arrested after an investigation by the County Sheriff's Department and the NYS Police New York State Police Community Narcotics Team.
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1 comments:

SJ said...

Well it's a really good start in heading off this deadly problem rising quickly in our counties!

He's lucky he's getting off so lightly....I would suppose if it had been laced; or not, and someone died from it then it would or should be a life sentence.

Hopefully he reflects upon the harm he has done to others while realizing how lucky he is for such a short sentence while he spends his time in prison.

And perhaps it is a rude awakening for the other individual.

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