Bucyrus woman sentenced after pleading guilty to drug trafficking

A Bucyrus woman was recently sentenced to five years probation on drug charges.

Jamie George, 41, pleaded guilty to two drug trafficking charges, both fourth-degree felonies, during a change of plea hearing in Crawford County Common Pleas Court.

She was sentenced to five years probation and a $1,000 fine. She must surrender drug-related property to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.

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George was arrested Dec. 7 when deputies and officers from METRICH and the Crawford County Special Response Team searched two residences in Bucyrus and seized a large quantity of prescription narcotics and drug paraphernalia, according to court records.

Matthew Carroll, 42, David Adkins, 66, and Ann Adkins, 64, were also arrested in the drug raid. Both David and Ann Adkins were sentenced to probation while Carroll’s cases are pending.

George was represented by Galion attorney Mackenzie Garverick.

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