Man's jail sentence in LSD case formalized

September 05, 1996|By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF

A Finksburg man arrested last year on charges of selling LSD to a classmate at North Carroll High School was formally sentenced yesterday to five years in prison with all but 18 months suspended.

Randall Scott Mulhern, 19, of the 3100 block of Patapsco Road pleaded guilty in June in Carroll County Circuit Court to TC possession with intent to distribute the hallucinogen on school property.

At that time, Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. revoked Mulhern's $10,000 bail and ordered him to begin serving an 18-month sentence at the Carroll County Detention Center, as agreed upon in the June plea arrangement.

Mulhern also will be on probation for four years.

In November, he sold five doses of LSD to a juvenile for $10, according to court records.

In an unrelated case yesterday, Mulhern also pleaded guilty to stealing cold medicine from a Taneytown convenience store in February. He received a six-month jail sentence, made concurrent to his sentence in the LSD case.

Another case, charging Mulhern in a school disturbance in May at the Gateway facility in Westminster, was placed on the court's inactive docket.

Pub Date: 9/05/96

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