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Teen accused of leading drug ring admits to two charges

WARREN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

The Warren County teen who is accused of running a multi-million dollar drug ring has admitted to two drug trafficking charges that are against him.

The charges stem from incidents occurring in August of 2011 and January of 2012.

Witnesses in the courtroom said the teen seemed remorseful during the hearing. He is expected to be sentenced within the next 30 days, and has been placed on house arrest until then.

The charges against the juvenile carry up to six months in jail or until the teen reaches 21 years of age. However, prosecutors say that juveniles are often given more leeway in sentencing.

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