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Former Shinnston police officer pleads guilty to drug charges, sentencing set for July 21

Reported by: Associated Press
Thursday, June 5, 2014 7:08 AM EDT
CLARKSBURG, W.Va.


A July sentencing is set for a former Shinnston police officer who pleaded guilty to drug charges.

Media outlets report that 40-year-old Charles Roscoe Henning III of Salem entered his plea Wednesday in Harrison County Circuit Court. He pleaded guilty to four counts of obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresentation by fraud, forgery, deception, or subterfuge.

The Harrison County Sheriff's Department says Henning confiscated hydrocodone from several people while working as a Shinnston officer. He then removed pills before putting the bottles in the department's evidence locker.

Henning was arrested in March 2013. His sentencing is set for July 21.










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