Driver convicted of having heroin during traffic stop

Defendant won't go to prison because this is his first felony conviction.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Feb 27, 2013

 

An area man pleaded guilty Monday to having a half-gram of heroin during a local traffic stop.

Shaun M. O'Donnell, 28, of East Palestine, will be sentenced April 10 for possession of heroin. The Norwalk Police Department handled the Aug. traffic stop related to the defendant driving with a suspended license.

"This is his first felony, so he's not prison eligible," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.

O'Donnell, who is out on bond, is subject to random drug screens.

Comments

JMOP

28? He looks like he's 48.
Heroine is not a good look people!

Sitting In The ...

My thoughts exactly

William Jeffers...

Looks more like 58 than 28. OUCH!

TheGravyWhisperer

...it burns us (gollum gollum)

Mr. Touchdown

Of course "1st felony" only means the 1st time he's been caught!