Heroin Dealer Gets Lenient Sentence and Mandated to AA and NA Meetings Twice a Week For 1 Year


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.


Narcotics Anonymous Member Pleads Guilty to Selling Morphine, Oxycodone and Other Drugs to Other NA Members at 12 Step Meeting Center

This NA Member who hosted NA Meetings actually made people become NA Members to buy drugs from him after the 12 step meetings. These NA Members  never cease to amaze me with their criminal behavior. NA and AA Daytona Beach Area Meetings in Daytona, Holly Hill,Ormond Beach.

Man admits selling drugs after Narcotics Anonymous meetings

By Associated Press  Last Updated: Sep 30th

SEATTLE (AP) – A man who hosted support meetings for drug and alcohol addicts has pleaded guilty to a federal drug conspiracy charge, after admitting he was selling morphine, oxycodone and other drugs before and after the meetings.

Michael Martin Shepard was arrested in March. The 65-year-old ran the Nomadian Community Resource Center in South Seattle and hosted Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings there.

According to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court on Friday, Shepard insisted that customers become members of the resource center before he would sell to them. Authorities who executed a search warrant at the resource center, where Shepard also lived, found two guns.

Shepard faces up to 20 years in prison when he is sentenced in January.

New Zealand NA Member Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

This NA Member got to stay Anonymous even in court!

Identity kept secret in drug death case

The son of a well-known New Zealand wine-making family has been granted name suppression and released on bail despite pleading guilty to manslaughter. The 40-year-old man pleaded guilty in the High Court at Auckland yesterday to the manslaughter of a drug associate he injected with morphine.

The man retained name suppression after arguing the effect could be detrimental to an unwell family member.
Court documents said the man met the victim at Narcotics Anonymous in Auckland and they agreed to swap a tent for drugs.

They met in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham in March 2010, drank beer and took a diazepam tablet together.
The accused then dissolved a 100mg morphine sulphate tablet and injected half of it in his own neck before injecting the remaining portion in the victim’s right arm.

He went outside and spoke to his girlfriend on his cellphone and when he returned his friend was slumped under the table he had been sitting at. Chest compressions and slaps failed to revive him so the man gathered his drug paraphernalia and left the house.

The man’s girlfriend later persuaded him to return and call an ambulance, by which time the friend was dead.
It took six months for the man to be charged.

In the time before he was charged, the man had offered to pay his girlfriend $50,000 not to testify against him.

A charge of perverting the course of justice was dropped after the man pleaded guilty yesterday.

Defence lawyer Greg Morison said the man had completed a residential drug treatment programme since the crime.

He was undertaking another residential programme in Dunedin which is where he was bailed to.

Justice Timothy Brewer said cases of manslaughter by injecting people with drugs were not as rare as defence counsel had said.

He rejected that naming the man could endanger the jobs of people at the family’s winery as he doubted people would stop drinking the family’s wines as a result of the case.

The judge said he doubted that name suppression would continue after sentencing but he continued interim suppression after Morison said he wanted to obtain affidavits from the man’s sick relative’s specialist.

A home detention report was ordered and the man was bailed to the Dunedin drug treatment programme until sentencing in March.