• Woman sentenced to more than year for drug offense
    September 05,2013
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    A Rutland woman who pleaded guilty to a federal charge of conspiring to distribute heroin and crack cocaine in the area was sentenced to 15 months in jail Wednesday.

    Judge Christina Reiss also sentenced Annette Rider, 45, to three years of supervised release following her incarceration.

    According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, Rider was part of a group that sold heroin and crack cocaine in Rutland during the spring of 2011. During that time, the Vermont Drug Task Force made several undercover purchases of drugs from Rider.
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