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Goldsboro man gets 10 years for selling meth on the street to keep ankle monitors from going off

WILMINGTON, NC (WNCN) — A Goldsboro criminal who sold methamphetamines on the street outside his home to avoid tripping his ankle monitor will serve 10 years in prison for trafficking the drug, prosecutors said .

Steven Eugene Patrick

The US Department of Justice said Friday that Steven Eugene Patrick received his 120-month sentence Thursday after pleading guilty in March.

According to court documents provided by prosecutors, Patrick – who has been convicted 17 times in 34 years – wore the ankle monitor and had to remain “in close proximity to his residence”.

Law enforcement controlled 50 grams of meth from him on the street outside his home in March 2021.

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Dais Johnston

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