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Woman who left drugs for jailed boyfriend to get treatment
By peninsuladailynews.com- Paul Gottlieb
Published: 10/18/2019

PORT ANGELES — A woman who conspired to get heroin and fentanyl to her then-boyfriend while he was in jail was sentenced to chemical-dependency treatment Thursday.

Stephanie Deon Dawkins, 33, will start the new year by reporting Jan. 2 to a Spokane inpatient facility and will avoid incarceration if she complies with the conditions of her release.

Meanwhile a warrant issued Monday for the arrest of Jason Jay Roy, 47, for failure to attend drug court continued to be outstanding Thursday afternoon.

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