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Duluth Man Charged in Douglas County for Heroin Distribution

Updated: 02/26/2014 2:30 PM
Created: 02/25/2014 9:55 PM WDIO.com

A 35-year-old Duluth man is charged with a felony after police say they found more than 29 grams of heroin in a vehicle he was driving.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Superior Police Department arrested Odis Trehern Jones on Friday in Wascott Township.

Jones is charged with one count of possession with intent to deliver heroin, which could carry a 25-year sentence.

Jones was out on bail when he was arrested for a case involving the distribution of cocaine in Douglas County.

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