Youth football coach pleads guilty to drug dealing

A Rockland youth football coach pleaded guilty to leading a double life as a heroin dealer on Tuesday. Theodore Holmes, 45, of Middletown, admitted to

Theodore Holmes, of Middletown, admitted to felony drug possession yesterday.

Theodore Holmes, of Middletown, admitted to felony drug possession yesterday. (5/18/16)

MIDDLETOWN - A Rockland youth football coach pleaded guilty to leading a double life as a heroin dealer on Tuesday.

Theodore Holmes, 45, of Middletown, admitted to felony drug possession yesterday. He was arrested last summer for being involved in a heroin-trafficking ring, spanning Orange and Rockland counties.

Holmes was also accused of having a teen player as a passenger in his vehicle during a police pursuit.

Holmes will be sentenced in August.

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