Woman guilty of being heroin dealer

Defendant remains free while awaiting sentencing.
Cary Ashby
Jan 8, 2014

A former Norwalk woman was convicted of selling heroin to a confidential informant.

Amber N. Reynolds, 28, now of Clarksville, Tenn., pleaded guilty to trafficking in heroin.

"In exchange, the state won't oppose a community control sanction at the time of the sentencing," assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.

On March 28, Reynolds sold .2 grams of heroin to a confidential informant, Woodruff said. The drugs were tested in the Mansfield police lab.

Reynolds, who has a prior felony conviction, will be sentenced Feb. 19. She earlier posted a $5,000 bond.

Comments

Scranton Tibbs

What's the over/under on her showing up for sentencing?

Windy

If the judge is Conway, the odds favor her not showing up.

wowsers

Wth? Still haven't figured it out have ya?? Who is going to take care of your kids THIS time? I thank god on a daily basis that I did not end up like the idiots I use to be friends with...