Wednesday, 29 July 2009

More Dangerous Drug Felons in Alaska

First there was an addict being jailed on two felony drug charges for 5 grams of heroin. Now someone is on a felony drug charge and just avoided jail for driving a car to where her friend sold someone a few OxyContins. To top it off, her friend copped 3 three felony drug charges and faces certain jail for doing the sale. What is it with Alaska and drug users? I'm so glad that tens of thousands of dollars have been spent and multiple resources have been used on catching these dangerous criminal masterminds instead of on murderers, violent thugs or car thieves. Everyone must feel so much safer.
Woman pleads guilty to felony drug charge Anchorage Daily News July 2009 JUNEAU -- A Juneau woman has pleaded guilty to a felony drug charge in connection with an OxyContin deal made in April. Haley Rogers' plea deal will keep her out of prison if she completes a drug-rehabilitation program and doesn't violate probation. A judge scheduled sentencing for Aug. 13, 2010, to give Rogers time to complete the drug-rehabilitation program in Anchorage. Prosecutors say the 24-year-old acted as the driver in a drug deal made with a police informant. Amber Scroggins, the alleged seller, has pleaded not guilty to three felony drug charges. A jury trial is set to begin next month.

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