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Woman heads to jail for mailing drugs to inmate

Woman heads to jail for mailing drugs to inmate

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FORT EDWARD — A Whitehall woman who mailed prescription drugs to a friend in Washington County Jail has been sentenced to a year in jail for violating probation in the case.

Alexis H. Hill, 21, pleaded guilty to a felony after being charged with promoting prison contraband and conspiracy for the April 2018 arrest. Police said she mailed Suboxone to a prisoner she knew in jail.

Hill was put on probation after her plea but violated the terms of probation. That prompted Washington County Judge Kelly McKeighan to impose a one-year jail sentence.

The prisoner to whom the drugs were sent, Keith R. Goodspeed, 23, of Hebron, pleaded guilty to felony conspiracy and was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison.

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