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Marietta woman sentenced for heroin trafficking

February 14, 2014

A Marietta woman with a long history of drug addiction was sentenced Thursday to more than two years in prison for trafficking and possessing heroin. Miriam J. Sergent, 52, of 213 Meigs S....

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GoldenDuke

Feb-15-14 2:28 PM

This is a necessary step in the right direction. It is past time that this trash is eradicated from the south side. It is truly amazing how easy it is for this filth of society to slip through the justice system. Send a clear and loud message to the rest of the trash down there that the people of the south side have had enough and will no longer tolerate it!!!

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Ann1947

Feb-14-14 5:40 PM

Another junkie in prison ...While the real dealers walk the streets...

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beachfriend

Feb-14-14 4:23 PM

Miram does not deserve any compassion from judge lane. her involvement in the drug community has disrupted individuals lives w/o running in the same circle. It is time to get her OFF the streets!!!

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exofDevola

Feb-14-14 1:21 PM

It's like that old commercial that impressed my kids the 'this is your brain on drugs ' or the anti smoking one- 'This is life then the smoker inhaling this cuts it short ' her face should be the next antidrug commercial how to look an old 82 when you are 52 ,use drugs! Then she can say 'it was not me wanting to be this way , it was the drugs that by the way I was forced to take !'

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Tessie

Feb-14-14 11:01 AM

She's right, she didn't just wake up one morning and choose to be this way. She wakes up EVERY morning choosing to use. If ever there was a candidate long overdue for an NA program, it's this woman. Too little, too late I'm afraid.

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JoshBrown

Feb-14-14 10:26 AM

NAABTOrg Yes trade one drug for another!

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NasCarNut

Feb-14-14 9:33 AM

Sorry but her saying she wants to clean up I'm not buying it...she's done prison time before and when released she was right back into it...she will never quit using as long as she's on the streets...same with her boyfriend, it's just their way of life...sad but some just can't can't be helped or don't want to change...

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hockeypuck

Feb-14-14 7:00 AM

Whew. Get her some grooming tips while they are at it.

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