Arrest warrant issued for woman

Drug defendant a no-show at court hearing.
Aaron Krause
Jun 17, 2014

 

A judge has issued a warrant for the arrest of a woman who didn't appear Monday for a hearing regarding a motion for intervention in lieu of conviction.

Leandra M. Kimbro was one of four Lorain County individuals arrested in August by Huron County sheriff's deputies in connection with selling suspected crack cocaine.

Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway asked about the defendant's whereabouts.

Defense attorney Reese Wineman said he tried both phone numbers he'd been given and sent out a notice, but has been unable to reach her.

Misty Rose Brock, 32, of Lorain, is charged with one count each of trafficking in a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.

In 2013, after receiving a tip about a drug run to the Wakeman area, sheriff's deputies said they pulled over a vehicle on U.S. 20 and found a "significant amount of crack cocaine and about $640."

Comments

togbert71

With a nappy head like this, you really expected her to show up!!!

freespeech1

Shes at mikeys house

mikeylikesit

she took off with my $640 dollars and my heart..

mcgoff01

If you Love something, set it free, if it don't come back, wasn't meant to be.

propman

Once more Conway has proven that he is a terrible judge of character.

ladydye_5

Let me guess she had an "OR" bond.

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shovelhead

she probably woulda got intervention....now it's jail!

Windy

I wouldn't bet on it. It's Judge Conway's court.

beernsmokes2

Damn, those neck tats are sexy...

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shovelhead

Nothing says "search my car" more than a low quality neck tattoo.