Harrisburg man indicted for distributing heroin, cocaine, and marijuana

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HARRISBURG, Pa. – A Harrisburg man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on multiple charges involving the unlawful distribution of controlled substances.

 
Curtis Waldron, age 40, is charged in a two count indictment with unlawfully distributing heroin, cocaine and marijuana on October 2,  and with possessing with the intent to distribute heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine since at least January.

 
The case was investigated by the Harrisburg Resident Office of the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Harrisburg Police Department, Dauphin County Drug Task Force and the Dauphin County Probation Office.

 
If convicted, Waldron faces a maximum penalty under federal law on each count of 40 years of imprisonment as well as a 5 year mandatory minimum term of imprisonment, a term of supervised release following imprisonment, and a fine.

 

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