Heroin defendant granted intervention

Willard woman can avoid felony conviction.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Apr 21, 2014

 

A Willard resident can avoid a felony conviction is she stays out of trouble.

Brandi C. Thornton, 22, of 1005 Myrtle Ave., was approved for intervention recently in Huron County Common Pleas Court.

She will be on three years of probation and also must reimburse the sheriff's office $35 for lab testing.

Thornton is charged with possession of heroin in connection with a Sept. 9 incident.

Woodruff said deputies found 1/10 of a gram of heroin in the woman's purse.

Comments

mikeylikesit

bad girl..

Kobayashi Maru

......whatcha gonna do when they come for you!

Yall Make Me Sick

What a joke. No wonder there's so many drugs in Huron county, they know they get off easy!!

mcgoff01

New wife Mikey??

rbenn

yeah mikey! she love you long time

mikeylikesit

maybe more time than i have..

Ohio80

1/10 of a gram is not much but at least they got that off the street. Drugs all over the world are a losing battle for the law enforcement no matter how many they bust each week. I don't get involved with any kind of drug but I feel that if they make marijuana legal the harder drugs will fade out. maybe just a thought.