No plea deals yet in heroin case

Local woman accused of being heroin dealer.
Cary Ashby
Apr 8, 2014


An accused heroin dealer is scheduled to go to trial May 6.

Attorneys in the case against Bellevue resident Sarah M. David, 29, of 1016 Northwest St., said there haven't been any plea negotiations, but a prosecutor indicated the state was open to discussions. Defense attorney John Allton said if the case goes to trial, it would last "the traditional two days."

David is charged with trafficking in heroin in connection with an April 16 incident. If convicted, she faces six to 18 months behind bars.

"I'm dealing with multiple jurisdictions," said Allton, who didn't elaborate.

David's suspected co-defendant, Daniel P. Ruffing, 28, of 3083 Ohio 4, Bellevue, will be sentenced May 15 for one amended count of trafficking in heroin. He faces six to 12 months behind bars.



Put her on the Chain Gang for 4 years.

These dealers are the ones sacrificing human lives for a dollar. I have no sympathy for these low lifes.

hit the road jack

I just don't get it,if you want to kill yourself there's always blue bridge,its cheaper on them and us.


i would marry her but i dont know. i married a bellevue girl once for about a minute and a half. didnt work out so well..


Why do these people always smile for their mugshot like they are happy to be recognized? They should be ashamed, not happy! This isn't a photo shoot for a magazine! You should be embarrassed. WTH is wrong with you people??


death to them all