A Peabody man found with more than a half an ounce of heroin three years ago will not serve jail time after pleading guilty to charges of drug possession with intent to distribute. Tuesday, a Salem Superior Court judge imposed just two years of probation on the man, instead of the requested three years of prison time by the prosecutor. "This was not a drug addict who was dealing to fund his own addiction," Judge Timothy Feeley said, "but rather, a person who made some terrible judgments and decisions, but made them for what he thought was in the best interest of his family." This is not the first questionable decision made by Feeley, he also lowered the bail for John Williams, who made then bail and killed a Maine police officer. State Representative Paul Tucker will join Dan in studio to discuss what should be done.