Norwalk woman convicted of drug crime

Woman to remain free as she awaits sentencing.
Cary Ashby
Oct 16, 2013


A Norwalk woman has been convicted of a drug-related felony.

Debra K. Boggs, 55, of 28 Grand Ave., pleaded guilty Tuesday in Huron County Common Pleas Court to attempted trafficking in morphine.

Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said the woman sold two morphine pills to a confidential informant during a Feb. 7 controlled purchase coordinated by the Huron County Sheriff's Office.

Boggs, who remains out on a personal recognizance bond, will be sentenced Nov. 27.



Another sad victim of a Norwalk Ugly Tree beating.


Be careful. Last week if comments were made about the 18 year old high school dance thief they were deleted and we were called bullies. I am sure they will do the same thing if you comment about this lady......RIGHT MODERATORS???? AGE IS NOT A FACTOR HERE RIGHT? NOR GENDER? OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION?


Oh man, has this lady seriously seen a mirror, the use of drugs has aged her 20+years and so unkept, and she's out trying to damage and destroy others my oh my gramma should be protecting this younger generation and trying to help them not aid in their addiction to drugs


Maybe she needs the cash for a little nip & tuck.


George Michel/I want your sex (song)


I loved pork before I saw that mug.


55 or 75 ? this is what drug abuse can do for you!