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Lincoln County residents Richard A. Mullins, John Freddie Joe Johnson and Joseph James Salmons have admitted to dealing oxycodone in their community, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin reports.
The Huntington Violent Crime and
Drug Task Force made a series of controlled oxycodone buys from Mullins and his associates, Goodwin said.
Mullins, 49, of West Hamlin, admitted in U.S.
District Court in Charleston that he’d Continue reading
CHARLESTON, WV -
A trio is headed to prison on drug charges in
Lincoln County. Richard A. Mullins, John Freddie Joe Johnson, and Joseph James Salmons entered guilty pleas on Monday in federal court to charges relating to the distribution of oxycodone.
Beginning in January of 2013, the Huntington Violent Crime and
Drug Task Force made a series of controlled oxycodone buys from Continue reading