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Pennsylvania man arrested for selling drugs during traffic court

February 2, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Pennsylvania man arrested for selling drugs during traffic court

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Police arrested a Pennsylvania man for attempting to sell illegal prescription pills in traffic court.

According to the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office, the genius, identified as 35-year-old Christopher Durkin, had a scheduled court appearance for driving with a suspended license before District Judge James Hanley.

Once his hearing concluded, Durkin walked away from the bench and engaged another individual seated in the courtroom, who he apparently just met also had a scheduled hearing on a traffic charge.

After a sheriff’s deputy instructed Durkin to leave the courtroom, the other man, who remains unidentified approached the officer and alerted him Durkin tried selling him Suboxone pills.

Officers searched Durkin in the hallway and discovered two doses of Suboxone were found in the pockets of his pants.

Police subsequently arrested Durkin, charging him with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of possession with intent to deliver.

Durkin is in the custody of a County Jail and awaiting arraignment.

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