Nathaniel Abraham headed back to prison on drug charges
He was convicted of murder at the age of 11 in 1999, and Tuesday, another sad chapter came to a close for Nathaniel Abraham as he heads back to prison. Abraham was sentenced for selling drugs to multiple undercover officers.
Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, Abraham stood in front of a judge once again. He faced a slew of drug charges, including five counts of delivery-manufacture of methamphetamine.
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