Vernon Daniels Jr, 29, of Natrona Heights, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. (Heroin)
The plea agreement calls for a sentence of 2½ to 6 years in state prison, restitution, fines and costs. He is scheduled for sentencing on March 22.
State police filed the charges after a traffic stop on Route 356 near Monroe Road in Buffalo Township.
The vehicle was pulled over after police ran the license plate and found it belonged to a different vehicle.
During the stop, police said the driver was seen throwing something out the window, which was later found to be a plastic bag of suspected marijuana.
Daniels acknowledged that he did not have a license and it didn’t take long for police to learn that he also was wanted on a warrant.
A search of Daniels turned up 200 stamp bags of heroin that he had hidden under his clothes.