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Crack dealer convicted as habitual felon again


BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- A Shallotte man is heading back to prison after being convicted again for being a habitual felon.

Brunswick County District Attorney Jon David says Teddy Rudolph King was sentenced to between 101 and 134 months in prison. King was convicted as a habitual felon for selling crack on North Mulberry Street in Shallotte.

King was previously convicted as a habitual felon for possession with the intent to sell or deliver cocaine on October 20, 2006m and released from prison on Aug. 23, 2011.

He was later arrested for selling cocaine on Nov. 27, 2012, and indicted as a habitual felon for the second time.

David says a Brunswick County jury deliberated for about an hour before returning guilty verdicts.

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