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IN COURT: Sanford pleads guilty to drug dealing

February 14, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — A woman pleaded guilty in court Monday to two charges of dealing prescription drugs.
Jenna M. Sanford, 26, of Columbia City, admitted to dealing Schedule II controlled-substance on two different occasions last year.
As part of a plea agreement, the two charges to which Sanford pleaded guilty will receive concurrent sentences.

Two charges against Sanford of possession of a controlled substance will also be dismissed, and her right to appeal will be forfeited. All other aspects of the sentencing will be at the court’s discretion.
Sanford will be sentenced April 14. Her attorney is Brad Voelz.
Sanford was initially arrested Oct. 24. She had a bond reduction granted and was released from the Whitley County Jail Nov. 8.

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