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Heroin trafficker sentenced, wants a career in law

November 15, 2013

A Marietta woman accused of selling heroin to undercover informants was sentenced Thursday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 120 days in jail and a stay at a state correctional facility tha......

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Nov-18-13 8:16 AM

Well, I will not be hiring her if she ever did become an attorney. God help us. Once an addict...

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Nov-16-13 6:43 PM

hope she conquers her addictions, but that was good/ beright.

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Nov-16-13 10:56 AM

She could become the Mayor of Toronto some day.

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Nov-15-13 9:14 AM

Hope her plan works out for her...seems this Richards man may have been the ring leader, be interesting on what deal he is offered...using these young addicted girls to do his work...yes, they make their own choices but being addicts I feel he took advantage of that...he needs a loooong time to think about his choices...

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Nov-15-13 7:44 AM

She could become a lawyer and work in politics. Then she would be with fellow felons and addicts. Send her up the river to D.C.!

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Nov-15-13 6:34 AM

I have faith in you Abby. Just listen to the judge. You must never again associate with the people who have only helped you down the wrong path. Be strong Abby, start running will make you strong.

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