BOWLING GREEN - A former University of Findlay student arrested for selling the hallucinogenic drug Ecstasy to an undercover Bowling Green police officer was given the option of getting treatment in lieu of conviction.
Kostadinos Angelas, 23, of Findlay, pleaded guilty yesterday to aggravated trafficking in drugs in Wood County Common Pleas Court, but Judge Reeve Kelsey agreed to place Angelas on probation for one year.
During this time, he is to complete an outpatient treatment program with the Center for Individual and Family Services in Mansfield.
Angelas was arrested April 16 at the Stardust bar on North Main Street after selling two units of Ecstasy to a police detective.
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