Prison Term for Selling Drugs at Selinsgrove Area HS

SELINSGROVE, Pa. -- One of 15 people charged with selling drugs inside Selinsgrove Area High School is headed to prison.

Noah Hendricks pleaded guilty Thursday to charges related to the drug bust last year at the school in Snyder County and an armed robbery at Susquehanna University in 2017.

After pleading guilty, Hendricks was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison.

Nine adults and six juveniles have been charged in connection with the drug ring.

2 comments

    • Edward Mann

      “stereotypical drug dealer” ????? Like maybe a son or daughter, a brother or sister, a father or mother??? “street dealers” are not the “for big profit crime organizations” . They are mostly troubled kids, addicts or other people on the short-end of lifes stick. He made a (BIG) mistake, he admitted his crime(s) and will do the time!! NOT like the big guys whose lawyers will keep it in the courts for years…while they continue their crimes…whether in prison or out. Never met this kid but I’m damn sorry for him and his family.

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