In Lowell District Court on Tuesday, a Tewksbury man admitted to running a drug operation out of his apartment to support his wife and child, according to a report from the Lowell Sun.
James E. Tabor, 31, who has no prior record, allegedly sold thousands of dollars worth of drugs to support his family when he thought he was going to be laid off, according to the Sun.
According to the Sun, Tabor pleaded guilty to:
- Possession of a Class D drug with intent to distribute
- Two counts of possession of a Class B drug.
You can read the full story from the Lowell Sun here.