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Woman enters guilty plea for possession charges of heroin, meth
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A young woman arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Shurling Drive at the end of 2013 was sentenced in Jones County Superior Court last week.

Adrianne Victoria Johnson pled guilty April 3 to charges of possession of heroin and methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and received a total 10 years with two to serve in prison.

The remainder of the sentence may be served on probation.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Wright Barksdale, and Johnson was represented by public defender Sean Brodie.

The defense attorney clarified with the court that Johnson has been in confinement since her Nov. 20, 2013, arrest and asked for credit for time served, which was granted.

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