Drug Dealer Sentenced For Selling Heroin That Killed Little Falls Woman
LITTLE FALLS - A Minneapolis man who has been convicted of selling heroin that ultimately led to the death of a Little Falls woman has been sentenced to just over 11 years in prison.
A judge in Morrison County District Court today (Monday) sentenced Keon Mangun for his role in the death of 19-year-old Miranda Gosiak. Gosiak died of a heroin overdose on February 28th, 2012.
A jury found Mangun guilty of Murder In The Third Degree in October. Mangun sold heroin to Brandon Bedford in North Minneapolis on February 27th, 2012. The judge found "there was sufficient evidence for the jury to conclude that on the day Gosiak died, Bedford gave her heroin he bought from Mangun".
Bedford has a pretrial hearing set for January 15th. He's being held in the Morrison County Jail.