Woman charged with selling drugs from her house

A local woman was arrested for allegedly selling her prescription medication.
Cary Ashby
Oct 4, 2012


A local resident was arrested without incident Tuesday night immediately after she reportedly sold her prescription medication to a confidential informant.

Laura A. Bianchi, 34, of 23 E. Main St., Greenwich, was arrested about 6 p.m. She was charged with possession of drugs, a third-degree felony, punishable by nine months to three years in prison. She was transported to the Huron County Jail.

"We had a person give us information about this female subject who was selling prescription medication from her house," Greenwich Police Chief Steve Dorsey said. "It was her prescription medication, not someone else's."

Police wired a male informant who went to Bianchi's house, where the suspect sold him one Percocet pill, Dorsey said.

The chief said officers have had "previous encounters" with Bianchi, but nothing drug-related.


Yall Make Me Sick

Another one bites the dust!


...she's been eating more than dust...


I think her tractor's sexy.


This isn't the kind of advertising John Deere wants.

Really are you ...

If people are selling their prescription medications, they really don't need their medications in the first place.

Yall Make Me Sick

Very well said!

Yall Make Me Sick

I wonder if they have that shirt in pink?


And this lady was a sub bus driver for New London schools

Estrella Damm

Dear Reflector, you made a mistake, so inverted the 3 & 4 in her age.