'Physical aggression' gets heroin defendant kicked out of CBCF

Norwalk woman being held in jail without bond.
Cary Ashby
May 9, 2013

 

A Norwalk woman accused of a heroin-related crime is behind bars again.

Amy L. Lykins, 30, of Norwalk, is accused of violating her community control sanctions.

On Wednesday in Huron County Common Pleas Court, she admitted there was probable cause for the probation violation complaint. Lykins will be held without bond until her June 3 court date.

"(Lykins) was unsuccessfully terminated from a CBCF for physical aggression," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said. A CBCF is a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education.

Huron County Public Defender David Longo said, in response, said Lykins was one week shy of graduating from the CBCF program when she reportedly was involved in a round of mutual insults with another person. He said the other person wasn't kicked out, but Lykins was.

In October, the defendant pleaded guilty to attempting to dispose of heroin in her possession and ordered to spend four to six months in a CBCF.

Lykins was out on bond on a heroin case when she committed the tampering offense.

After her June 11 hearing, Lykins went to Cleveland to get some drugs and then tried to dispose of them, prosecutors said.

Comments

enough of the bs

She's 30? Wow heroin, it does a body good!!

Gone Fishing

That's exactly what I was thinking!

Yall Make Me Sick

Sad shes younger than me BUT looks way older. Guess that's what them drugs do to ya.

JACKEL

I am thinkin we all need to close the borders to Heroin County like the Feds have done.That has worked well !