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Man Gets 3 Years After Police Find $20K Worth of Heroin

Jesse Goodrich, of Cromwell, accepted a plea bargain for felony possession of narcotics with intent to sell Tuesday in Middletown Superior Court

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    Man Gets 3 Years After Police Find $20K Worth of Heroin
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    A 34-year-old Connecticut man is headed to prison after police found $20,000 worth of heroin in his home.

    The Middletown Press reports Jesse Goodrich, of Cromwell, accepted a plea bargain for felony possession of narcotics with intent to sell Tuesday in Middletown Superior Court. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, suspended after three years served.

    Police arrested Goodrich in 2013 after finding the heroin.

    Police said he thrashed around during the arrest and shouted that he was on PCP.

    Goodrich's attorney, Linda Sullivan, says he understands and takes responsibility for his actions.

    This is Goodrich's seventh felony conviction.

    Goodrich has already served 20 months of his sentence.

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