ROCHESTER, Minn. - Police said a longtime suspected drug dealer is behind bars after being arrested for selling heroin.
Benjamin Nichols, 62, is accused of selling heroin during a controlled buy on two different occasions in April.
He was arrested Wednesday during a traffic stop at the Dairy Queen on N. Broadway Ave.
When arrested, police said Nichols had 7.1 grams of heroin in his possession.
He’s facing second- and third-degree possession of the controlled substance charges.
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