Friday, 19 April 2013

Marshall County, West Virginia basketball coach charged with selling heroin

Marshall County, West Virginia basketball coach charged with selling heroin, According to Wtov9.com, it was reported on April 18 that a Marshall County, West Virginia basketball coach and substitute teacher was arrested for selling heroin. Apparently, Amanda Allison, 26, was arrested for one count of conspiracy to distribute heroin, three counts on trying to sell heroin over the phone, two counts of distributing heroin, and one count of selling Oxycodone. However, she was released on conditions but could face up to 40 years in prison: 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine on the charge of conspiracy and 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine for the charges of distribution.

Allison was one out of two people arrested for these charges. The other person arrested is Tyler Jay Hoyle, 22, from Waynesburg, PA. Hoyle was arrested for conspiracy to sell heroin and faces up to 20 years in prison with a $1 million fine if he is convicted.

These crimes started in January and happened all the way until they were caught this month. They may also be charged with having $7,500 and $3,100 which was seized in the bust. This is the money they apparently made from selling the heroin.

Although Allison was released on conditions, Hoyle remains in custody until his detention hearing. They appeared in court on Thursday.

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