Woman ordered back to treatment facility

Defendant convicted of heroin-related felony.
Aaron Krause
Jul 27, 2014


A Lorain woman convicted of a heroin-related felony was sent back to a locked down treatment facility after admitting Thursday to violating terms of her probation.

Elizabeth A. Lee, 27, of Lorain, was found guilty of possession of heroin in connection with a June 25, 2013 traffic stop.

Detectives had arranged a controlled drug buy in which a confidential informant was supposed to buy heroin.

"As the confidential informant returned to the area -- to Wakeman, the Wakeman Police Department stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation," Kasper has said. "Elizabeth Lee was a passenger in the vehicle. She stepped out. She was cooperative with officers."

Lee turned over a pack of cigarettes, which she said was hers. A lab analysis of material in the pack determined it was .1 gram of heroin.

Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said while in a Community Based Corrections Facility (CBFC), Lee used Percocet pills for which she didn't have a prescription and tried to alter a urine sample. Therefore, she was terminated from the facility, Kasper said.

The prosecutor said Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway ordered her to return to a CBCF to complete the program. Defendants spend time in CBCF to receive education about drug abuse and get treatment.






get back there young lady! the judge wants you in the calendar.


What, no pic? She must not be calendar material.


hey! you got your pic! the judge says she is calendar material. i agreed, but told her to do something about that wig..


Be careful what you wish for, right? egh