Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Springfield mother allegedly sold heroin with her daughter in the backseat

A Springfield woman who drove to the Springfield Shopping Plaza back in November and allegedly conducted a drug deal while her young daughter was in the back seat of her car is facing a felony charge as a result.


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  1. I'm going out on a limb here speculating Amanda didn't walk free on her looks alone. In seriousness, it's the child who's the pitiful victim. Yet Springfield's progressive value system recognizes this as the new norm.

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  2. She works at HCRS around people "recovering from drugs" that's not fishy.

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  3. Nice parenting skills there Amanda! Let's see, she works at HCRS, they are legal drug dealers.
    Her boyfriends family have all been arrested for drugs.
    She's from New Jersey. Where most of these druggies come from.
    She will sing like a canary and sell her friends out and be walking free.
    Hopefully, her kids will be taken away from the drug element and she will spend some time in jail.

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  4. Someone on another site said she was a "hard working mother" haha yeah sure! She works for HCRS and worked at the medical center so she HAD a good job, why would she jeopardize that? Last year she was in trouble and convicted and was let go and told to behave for a year or so and obviously she didnt learn her lesson! AND to sell drugs with your child in the car? Are you friggin nuts?? I can only imagine what her children have seen and been exposed to! What a role model mother she is!! Well, we all know how the Vermont courts work, she will be out running the streets after a slap on the hand...right back to doing her dealings. I hope she gets some public shaming, maybe she will go back to "Jersey" where she belongs!

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    1. Shame can be a very powerful influence where our court systems have failed us.

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  5. Does she still work at HCRS? You'd think that they would not want anymore bad press about them.

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