Middletown man busted for heroin


MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH) — A Middletown man is facing charges after police say they found him with heroin.

According to officials, police pulled over 52 year-old Gregory Mathis on May 20th. Police say Mathis was pulled over because his car had a plate that was reported stolen in Hartford.

Police found several packages of heroin in the car, authorities say, along with a drug used to treat heroin addiction.

Mathis is out on five thousand dollars bond. He is due in court Friday.

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