Mar 23, 2016 12:04 PM

Marlborough man pleads guilty to drug charges after admitted heroin deal

CONCORD - A Marlborough man has pleaded guilty Wednesday to possessing and distributing heroin, as well as having a gun while selling the drug.

On Oct. 8, 2015, police saw Robert Ervin, 20 of Marlborough doing what looked like a drug deal in Keene. When approached by police, Ervin admitted that he had just sold heroin.

A search of his person and a vehicle revealed more heroin along with a loaded gun.

Ervin is scheduled to be sentenced in June. The maximum prison time he could be serve is 20 years.

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