320 Doses Of Heroin Found In Child’s Toy In Upstate New York
Police were shocked to find 320 doses of deadly drugs hidden inside a child's toy in the upper Hudson Valley.
On Wednesday, Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka announced that two men pleaded guilty after heroin and a stolen gun were found inside a child's toy during a traffic stop in 2019 pleaded guilty in Columbia County Court.
Heroin Found In Child's Toy In Columbia County, New York
In March 2019, the Hudson City Police Department and the Columbia County Sheriff's Office stopped a car on Columbia Street.
Police soon found 320 individual doses of heroin hidden inside a child's karaoke machine.
A loaded stolen 38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver was also recovered. The gun was stolen from Lexington County, South Carolina, officials say.
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As a result of the stop, cousins Dorian Carr, 41, and Austin Carr, 28, both from Brooklyn, were arrested.
Brooklyn Men Plead Guilty After Heroin Found In Karaoke Machine In Hudson, New York
On Wednesday, Austin Carr pleaded guilty to all counts. He pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell; criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a weapon.
Dorian Carr pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Austin is expected to be sentenced to 3.5 years in prison.
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Dorian will likely receive 5 years of probation. He was previously convicted for DWI in Hudson, New York in 2018 and criminal possession of a controlled substance in Warran County in 2002.