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Two Plead Guilty in Marion County Court to Possession with Intent to Deliver Drugs

July 23, 2016

Two people have pleaded guilty in Marion County Court to unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

57-year-old Carla Akes of Selmaville Road in Salem was sentenced to four years felony probation after pleading guilty to having possession of morphine.  She was also ordered to serve 28 days in jail with credit for time served. A charge of unlawful possession with intent to deliver cannabis was dropped as part of the plea.  The court will also allow Akes to use medical marijuana if she has a valid cannabis prescription.   

23-year-old Jerron Owens of North Cherry in Centralia admitted to possessing 1 to 15 grams of heroin with intent to deliver.  He was placed on four years felony probation, ordered to serve 218 days with credit for time served in jail and ordered to complete any counseling ordered by the probation department.   

Both were also ordered to abstain from drugs and alcohol.   

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