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Man pleads guilty in connection with deadly crash

Man pleads guilty in connection with deadly crash

A store employee who was charged in connection with a crash that killed two people has pleaded guilty.

Mohamed Himed has admitted to charges of corrupt organizations, drug offenses and criminal conspiracy.

Police say he worked at the store in Montgomery County where Roger Malloy bought synthetic marijuana.

They say Malloy crashed his car, killing two passengers, after smoking the synthetic pot.

The crash happened in the 500 block of State Street in Pottstown last May.

Malloy and the owner of the store are also facing charges.


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