And the verdict is ...

Jury takes just 15 minutes to decide fate of accused heroin dealer.
Cary Ashby
Jan 11, 2013

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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Comments

whopper2011

Convicted. So, around here that means he will be out next week

ROFLMAO

lol, I thought it was 3 grams, LMAO... How quick can a Junkie CI hide 1.69 grams of Heroin? In about .000000000000000001 milliseconds. LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

black crowe

did he ever get his pizza?

scooter58

Probably not, but he will get that AND cable TV in jail!

E.Cartman

I suspect racism, black guys are never guilty.

Windy

CBCF?