Ohio Educator Gets Jail in Drugs Case - Update
Alexandra Lemley, 28, now of Hilliard, was sentenced Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court on a third-degree felony count of illegal conveyance of prohibited items onto the grounds of a specified government facility.Lemley was also sentenced to five years of community control.
The illegal conveyance charge was the culmination of Lemley's March 13 arrest in Monroe County, where she and three others were allegedly caught transporting crack cocaine, oxycodone pills and heroin into the area.[…]
Lemley, who was living in New Matamoras and working as a teacher in Pleasants County at the time, also pleaded guilty to drug charges in Monroe County Common Pleas Court.
Washington County Common Pleas Court Judge Ed Lane sentenced Lemley to serve six months in the Eastern Ohio Correctional Center (EOCC) as part of a joint sentencing agreement with Monroe County, he said.
Ohio Educator Guilty in Drugs Case
[Previous 11/22/13 post]
(Washington County, Ohio) A 28-year-old middle/junior high teacher formerly with Pleasants County schools, Alexandra Lemley, has pleaded guilty to hiding heroin in a body cavity when entering jail.
Lemley was indicted in June for a fourth-degree felony count of possession of drugs, a third-degree felony count of illegal conveyance of prohibited items onto the grounds of a specified government facility and a third-degree felony count of tampering with evidence.Lemley faces a possible three-year prison term when sentenced. However, Washington County prosecutors and Monroe County prosecutors are working on a joint agreement which may change everything.
In exchange for her plea to the illegal conveyance charge, the remaining two charges were dismissed.
However, Lemley pleaded guilty to additional charges in Monroe County stemming from the initial traffic stop, ….