Charleston woman convicted of heroin trafficking and identify theft
Gallia County Prosecuting Attorney, Jason D. Holdren, announced earlier this week Kenisha L. Sanders, 28, of Charleston, W.Va., pleaded guilty to trafficking in heroin, a felony of the first-degree, tampering with evidence, a felony of the third-degree, and identity theft, a felony of the fifth-degree. Sanders was found to be trafficking 61 grams of heroin.
Sanders faces up to 11 years for her conviction of trafficking in heroin, up to three years for her conviction of tampering with evidence and up to one year for her conviction of identity theft. Sanders will be sentenced by Judge Margaret Evans in the Gallia County Common Pleas Court on June 5.
Dayton woman convicted of drug trafficking
Andraya L. Washington, 23, of Dayton, was convicted by a Gallia County jury around 9 p.m. Monday evening in the Gallia County Common Pleas Court.
“The defendant was convicted of trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs, both felonies of the first-degree,” said Gallia County Prosecuting Attorney Jason Holdren. “Ms. Washington will be sentenced by Judge Margaret Evans in the Gallia County Common Pleas Court on May 31.”
Washington faces a prison term of 3 to 11 years.
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