Woman guilty of selling oxycodone

Sentencing to take place on 1-year anniversary of drug transaction.
Cary Ashby
May 4, 2014

A former Norwalk resident will be sentenced exactly one year after she sold drugs to a confidential informant.

Ashley A. Amos, 31, now of 235 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue, pleaded guilty Tuesday to trafficking in oxycodone. The conviction is for a May 14 controlled drug buy coordinated by Norwalk Police Detective Sgt. Jim Fulton.

Amos faces six to 18 months behind bars when she is sentenced this May 14 in Huron County Common Pleas Court. Judge Jim Conway told her she could face a prison term because she had her bond revoked.

As part of a plea deal Tuesday, prosecutors dismissed one count of possession of heroin in connection with a Dec. 2 incident.

"There may be some (drug) residue cases in the pipeline. If that's reality, the state won't prosecute her on those charges," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.

On Feb. 25, Amos was one of four suspects arrested in about 6 1/2 hours on drug-related secret indictments. A grand jury issues a secret indictment when authorities believe the suspects might flee the area.

Detective Sgt. Seth Fry has said Amos sold prescription medication while she was under indictment on the heroin-possession case. During Tuesday's plea hearing, court officials said Amos is on non-reporting probation through Bellevue Municipal Court for unspecified cases filed in 2012 and 2013.

Comments

rickross2

This girl used to be decently hot.....not anymore! What a tragedy that this is what she's become.

togbert71

Another worthless druggie...give her a lethal dose...

Gdusty86

No human is worthless .

In my opinon

Two comments, and really! read them, 1.USED TO BE HOT, 2. GIVE HER A LETHAL DOSE. What the hello does this say about our society. If these people got some SERIOUS help they may over come, but with remarks like posted, they are no better just need a different kind of help.

rickross2

Lol....only the first part of my comment was out of line. I've known her for 15 years. Oops

rbenn

They never should have used the junk in the first place!! All these tax dollars and recourses for self inflicted addictions. Personally we are tired of these dregs of society sucking away tax money for something THEY did on their own. No sympathy from me.

ladydye_5

IF these people WANTED serious help, they would overcome. When they keep doing it over and over and over. I think most of society is just tired of the same old same old. These people just keep sucking the life out of it. They use, steal, take, rob, use, sell, lie, over and over. Society, Joe Public, is tired of paying for it. Jail, rehab, all the county supported programs, etc.

Dr. Information

They bust her in the shower, or is this the new look in Bellevue?

mikeylikesit

they blasted her with a fire hose to clean her up for the wedding! trying to clean the bellevue off of her..

Gdusty86

Drug addiction is a disease , getting help through rehabs and counseling are very much needed. In this community so the cycle ends ,tax dollars well spent .I pay a lot in taxes and I gladly support help for addiction .

earlduck

drug addiction is a disease that you get when you start snorting,popping or sticking a needle into yourself and a disease that you won't get if you don't do those things

Dr. Information

Dang, I think I just read someone say they would gladly support help for addiction but won't support the local school levy. Wow, this world has gone crazy.