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Report: Former Orleans Parish coroner's employee sold heroin from morgue van

Rodney "Sugar Man" Robinson (far left) was fired from his job at the coroner's office following his April 13, 2018 arrest in connection with a federal investigation into the heroin conspiracy (Photo by Michael DeMocker) Rodney "Sugar Man" Robinson (far left) was fired from his job at the coroner's office following his April 13, 2018 arrest in connection with a federal investigation into the heroin conspiracy (Photo by Michael DeMocker)
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

A court transcript recently unsealed revealed that a former Orleans Parish coroner's office employee admitted to selling heroin from the van he used for his job, according to a report by our partners NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.  

The report said police arrested 60-year-old Rodney "sugar man" Robinson in April on the scene of an overdose death. 

His name was then added to an indictment that accused six men for a drug trafficking ring. 

Robinson is accused of selling heroin in July of 2017.    

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