Man convicted of selling drugs to Middletown cops three times

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Glenn Bradshaw

GOSHEN – An Orange County Court jury has convicted a Middletown resident on three counts each of criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance.

During the trial, prosecutors argued that Glenn Bradshaw had sold cocaine to an undercover Middletown police officer on July 15 and 23, and August 15, all in 2019, and that the sales were captured by digital recordings.

As a result of bail reform legislation, Bradshaw had been released with no bail while the cases were pending as well as during the trial.

He was remanded to the Orange County Jail without bail by Judge Craig Stephen Brown following the verdict.

Bradshaw is scheduled to be sentenced in January and faces up to 12 years in state prison on each of the three counts of criminal sale of drugs for a possible combined sentence of 36 years.

“Those who engage in criminal activities that put the public at risk, should not take solace in being released without bail,” said District Attorney David Hoovler. “My office will continue to see that offenders face just punishment for their crimes.”