Reynoldsville Man Pleads Guilty to Heroin Delivery Charges.

CLEARFIELD – Stanley M. Harmon Jr. of Reynoldsville was sentenced to state prison Clearfield County Judge Paul E. Cherry for drug delivery charges.

Harmon, 26, had two cases pending. In the first, he was sentenced to six months to two years at the State Correctional Institute-Albion.

That sentence stemmed from Harmon selling heroin to a confidential informant outside of Sheetz on Brady Street in DuBois in April 2004.

For Harmon’s second case, he was sentenced to two years state probation to run consecutive to the above sentence. This also stemmed from Harmon selling heroin to a confidential informant outside of Sheetz on Brady Street in DuBois in May 2004.

Before his sentencing, Harmon told the judge that he had attended drug counseling and had been clean for a over a year.

“I’d like to get this behind me,” said Harmon.

“It doesn’t sound like you were clean for a year and a half,” said Judge Cherry, who noted that in August of last year, Harmon was found to be in possession of a marijuana pipe.

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