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Shelton man arrested after month-long investigation into heroin selling

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SHELTON–After a month-long investigation, police have arrested a Shelton man for intending to sell heroin.

On April 20, the Shelton Police Department arrested Michael Neudeck, 27, after the New Haven Drug Enforcement Agency Tactical Diversion Squad and the Shelton Police Department jointly determined he was involved in the illegal sale of heroin in Shelton. They found that he was selling in the Huntington area of Shelton.

Neudeck was charged with three counts of possession of narcotics with intent to sell and one count of possession of narcotics. He was released on $80,000 and will appear in court May 4.

Police are still trying to find other people responsible for the ongoing heroin issue plaguing the state. If you have any information please  call 203-924-1544.

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