Heroin dealer pleads guilty

Norwalk man remains free on promise to return for sentencing hearing.
Cary Ashby
Feb 14, 2014

A Norwalk man pleaded guilty to one charge of trafficking in heroin Tuesday.

David A. Burrows, 23, of 47 Welton Ave., will be sentenced April 9 in Huron County Common Pleas Court. He remains out on a personal recognizance bond. That means he signed a court document in which he promised to appear for future hearings.

As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dismissed a second count of trafficking in heroin. The Norwalk Police Department coordinated the Aug. 9 and 12 controlled drug buys.

Comments

Yall Make Me Sick

Ok, and if he don't PLEASE don't write another story saying he didn't show up!!!! Because you knew this when he told you he would!!

propman

This has to be another one of Conway's special cases.

mikeylikesit

he did the pinky swear thing..

13.faces

Man I'm seriously pondering quitting my job and becoming a heroin dealer. Pays great, own boss, no risk what so ever. And if I do get busted all I have to do is take a plea (aka wire-up) and I'm off scott free? No matter how many times I do it? No wonder there's so many junkies!

shovelhead

So, when you sign an O.R. bond, you have to cross your heart & hope to die? Nice headline.

speakin' out

yep, these upstanding citizens are always true to their word. I'm sure he'll be there as promised.... HA!

WATCHED_1s

I really am getting sick of all these junkies not getting in trouble. Let someone try to sell my kids drugs and I don't think the courts will have to worry about getting the ruler out to smack someone's hand...unless it's mine!