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Hampton man sentenced to year in jail for selling drugs
Rubin also received a suspended 2- to 4-year state prison sentence following his plea earlier this month. The suspended sentence can be brought forward if Rubin runs afoul of the law while he remains on probation for the next two years, according to court records.
Had Rubin been convicted by a jury, he could have faced up to 7½ to 15 years in state prison and $200,000 in fines, according to indictments.
The informant gave police "23 pink pills which were believed to be 10mg oxycodone in a ripped pharmacy bag" after the first drug sale, the affidavit said.
Rubin filled his prescription of 140 pills in the store and sold 30 of the pills to the confidential source, according to the sheriff's department.
Rubin was being held on bail at the Rockingham County jail prior to entering his guilty plea in court earlier this month.
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