Nick Rubino

Forever 31

My Son, Nick, had struggled with addiction for many years. He was clean for two years before he chose to use again. First time and he was sold pure fentanyl instead of heroin and it killed him instantly. The detectives immediately hit into his phone and texted the dealer asking fir more. When the dealer showed up our UDEST ( Unified Drug Emergency Strike team) met him with their drug dogs and arrested him on 11 counts. 6 being felonies of drug trafficking and such.  He has been sitting in county jail for 23 months, waiting for trial.  Courts just opened for Jury hearings on November 23rd and at 5:30 pm I received a call from our Special Prosecutor letting us know the Grand Jury handed down an indictment for murder 1.