A New York man has denied charges that he brought 280 bags of heroin emblazoned with "Donald Trump" into Vermont.
The Rutland Herald reports 29-year-old Danny Main Jr. of Hoosick Falls, New York, pleaded not guilty Monday to a felony count of trafficking heroin from out of state.
Defense attorney Frederick Bragdon said if Main had heroin, it was for his own personal use and not for sale.
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Main allegedly told police during his July 26 arrest he was bringing the drugs to three customers.
It's common for heroin dealers to put stamps on packages as a way of branding their drugs. The names are frequently taken from pop culture.