Dealer sentenced in drug death

Police say they determined Ryan Russow sold heroin to the overdose victim because the baggies containing the drug were stamped with Russow's trademark.

Police say they determined Ryan Russow sold heroin to the overdose victim because the baggies containing the drug were stamped with Russow's trademark. (3/4/15)

MILFORD - A judge sentenced a Milford man to five years in prison for distributing heroin linked to an overdose death.

Police say they determined Ryan Russow sold heroin to the overdose victim because the baggies containing the drug were stamped with Russow's trademark.

Officers searched his home on Stone Manor Drive last March.

They say they found $19,000 and drug packaging equipment during the raid.

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