A Massachusetts drug vendor who bought methylone (also known as “molly”) from China and was busted by the digital trail he left on the USPS tracking website has pleaded guilty to four drug-related charges.
Harold Bates was charged back in March 2014 with conspiracy to import methylone, importation of methylone, and possession with intent to distribute methylone, among other crimes.
According to a Tuesday court filing, Bates admitted to the top three charges, including the primary accusation of importing methylone, and one count of possession by an inmate in prison of a prohibited object.
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