Man who dropped overdose victim at hospital pleads guilty

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A Port Townsend, Washington, man who left a heroin overdose victim in a car outside a hospital emergency room has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking and illegal firearms possession charges. Adam Michael Kelly pleaded guilty in federal court in Tacoma to possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute and being a drug user in possession of firearms, U.S. Attorney Brian Moran said in a press release.  The prosecution and defense plan to recommend a sentence of five and a half years in prison when he’s sentenced on Nov. 2.