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Ex-daycare provider pleads guilty

Marietta woman accused of drug trafficking

March 28, 2013

A former Marietta daycare provider pleaded guilty Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to trafficking in drugs, a fifth-degree felony....

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Mar-28-13 11:56 PM

Come on people, why was there a set up? Obviously she had done this before. How else would they have been on to her? IF I had pain meds and someone I knew begged me for them, I would have given them a couple and told them to go to the doctor, a normal person would not sell 35 pills for $140.

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Mar-28-13 7:30 PM

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Mar-28-13 5:59 PM

She sells 35 of her pills , so what does she do for the pain these pills are prescribed for??...makes one wonder if she really needs them to start with and how long has then been going on??...seems a lot of this goes on in this town, maybe the doctors who are writing these scripts need to be looked at a little addict is an addict whether they use legal or illegal drugs, just sayin'...

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Mar-28-13 5:52 PM

Guilty as charged. Still a good person,not. Have her watch your children. Its never the crooks fault when they get caught, the blame always goes to someone else. Live is hard, its even harder when your stupid.

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Mar-28-13 4:10 PM

Still a good person. Everyone makes mistakes. Keep your head up Dee.

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Mar-28-13 3:08 PM

Albert, it would also have been illegal for her to give him the pills. It smells of entrapment to me.

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Mar-28-13 2:17 PM

She knew she was doing wrong by selling the drugs, whether it was a set up or not. I can't feel sorry for her, she did wrong and now should face the consequences.

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Mar-28-13 11:49 AM

But she did sell them, not just give them out of sympathy. Guilty!

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Mar-28-13 10:55 AM

I am by no means knowledgeable of the laws surrounding this sort of stuff, but would it alter anything by the fact that she was reluctant at first, and was begged by the informant, and, if I'm reading this correctly, would not have sold the pills in the first place if not for the informant?

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Mar-28-13 10:29 AM

30 vs 35.... informant and the sheriff set this one up good.

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