Heroin Dealer Gets 10 Years In Prison

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 9/27/2013 8:01 pm
Federal prosecutors said Phillip Pridgen, 34, of Newport, was sentenced to 10-years in prison for selling heroin on four occasions late in 2012.

He will also be on 20-years supervised release once he gets out of prison.

He also has to forfeit more than $1,600, which was seized from him when he was arrested, according to prosecutors.
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