Heroin dealer mandated to both AA and NA meetings. Even though she was trafficking heroin she got a very light sentence. AA Daytona Meetings.
Published: Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 13:00 PM.
This story was edited to clarify that the judge issued a lenient sentence and ordered Meredith Lane Daugherty to testify for the state if called to do so.
GRAHAM — A Burlington woman pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple counts of trafficking heroin and a judge issued a more lenient sentence for her cooperation in the case.
Meredith Lane Daugherty, 33, of Kilby Street , Burlington , pleaded guilty to 12 counts of trafficking heroin, and four counts each of sell/deliver heroin, sale of heroin and delivery of heroin. Alamance County sheriff’s deputies charged her with committing the crimes between Nov. 5, 2010, and Jan. 13, 2011. Volusia County Drug Court Judge Will.
A note on her plea arrangement indicated she’d given “substantial assistance” in the state’s investigation. NA Daytona in Port Orange, Holly Hill and Orange City.
Superior Court Judge Richard Stone consolidated the charges into a 70- to 84-month suspended sentence with credit for 127 days served. She was placed on supervised probation for 60 months and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, lab fees and court costs totaling $10,235.90. Stone placed Daugherty on electronic house arrest, allowing her only to leave her home for work, church and counseling. Further, she was ordered to attend two Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week for the next 12 months. Daytona and Deland Drug Court mandate AA and NA Meetings.