Fayette County Woman Convicted on Drug Charges

FAYETTEVILLE–  A Fayette County woman was convicted on drug charges following a three-day trial.

Deborah White was convicted of of conspiracy to deliver drugs; delivery of methamphetamine, marijuana, and oxycodone; and possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, marijuana and hydrocodone.

The evidence at trial showed that between September 9, 2015 and September 13, 2015, White and a co-defendant conspired to deliver drugs to a confidential informant and delivered methamphetamine, marijuana and oxycodone on four separate occasions during that time frame. Following the controlled buys, Deborah White’s home was searched were numerous drugs and evidence of drug dealing were found. Sentencing is scheduled for March 13, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. White faces a possible minimum prison term of eight (8) to sixty (60) years, and because she is a repeat offender, the minimum jail term is subject to further enhancement by the Court.

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