WESTPORT, Conn. -- A former traffic agent for the Westport Police Department recently pleaded guilty to charges of attempting to distribute Oxycodone, according to thehour.com.
David Wolvovsky, who was not a sworn employee of the force and did not have arrest powers, was arrested along with another suspect, Jayhova Charters, in July 2013 after he purchased a tableting machine, thehour.com said.
Authorities then searched Wolvovsky's apartment and found a non-narcotic white powder, drug packaging and manufacturing paraphernalia along with $10,000 in cash, thehour.com reported.
Wolvovsky will be sentenced on Sept. 15, according to thehour.com.
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