Detectives testified they saw a suspected drug dealer hurry away from the confidential informant's car after a controlled heroin buy.
Following that and other testimony during a two-day trial in Huron County Common Pleas Court, a jury spent just 15 minutes deliberating Thursday before reaching a guilty verdict in the case against Keith D. Wilson.
Wilson, 42, of Mansfield, was convicted of one count of trafficking in heroin in connection with a Sept. 12 controlled "buy-bust." He sold about 1.31 grams of black tar heroin to the confidential informant outside of her Willard home.
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