Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty To Reduced Felony And Is Sent To Treatment Instead Of Jail
Published: September 7th, 2018
By: Zachary Meseck

NORWICH – A Norwich man charged after a drug investigation in Chenango County pleaded guilty in court on Monday, and was scheduled for release on the same day.

Brent T. McDaniels, 29, of Norwich pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, a class B felony, and told the court about his drug transactions in the City of Norwich.

In court, McDaniels admitted to selling heroin out of his apartment on Eaton Ave in the City of Norwich throughout April of this year, and he was sentenced to receive treatment at an in-house treatment facility, along with drug treatment court.

The issue being McDaniels was still serving a sentence out of Norwich City Court.

“A promise was made by the Norwich City Court Judge saying he would release McDaniels if he went directly to an in-house treatment facility,” said Chenango County Court Judge Frank Revoir Jr.

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