A 32-year-old Edgartown woman accused of conspiracy and possession to distribute heroin and cocaine has been ordered into a residential drug-treatment program, according to records on file at Edgartown District Court:
After failing court-ordered drug screenings for two months in a row, April and May, Christy L. Dobson had her bail revoked June 17 and was ordered to check into an in-patient program by June 24.
Dobson was arrested in a March raid on her 14th Street home by drug agents who said she was later found to have cocaine and heroin concealed inside her body, according to a report in the Martha's Vineyard Times.
After Dobson admitted to sufficient facts in the case, charges of possession to distribute and conspiracy to violate the drug laws were continued without a finding until Dec. 17, 2014, provided she successfully completes and is discharged from the drug-treatment program and remains drug-free thereafter.
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