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Striegle Gets Original 1-15 For Drug Violation

By Staff | Dec 12, 2012

Friday, in Wetzel County Circuit Court, Lujuana L. Striegle was sentenced to one to 15 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary For Women for violating her probation on a previous sentence. She was remanded to serve the sentence with credit for time served.

Striegle, 25, of 187 N. State Route 2, Apt. D105, New Martinsville, admitted to having a bad drug test and admitted she had taken oxycodone without a prescription. Per the terms on the agreement, Striegle was sentenced to her underlying charges.

On April 29, 2010, Striegle pleaded guilty to four felony counts. Three counts are said to have occurred on or about Jan. 12. Count one is felony offense of possession of a controlled substance (heroin) with intent to deliver. Counts two and three of her three-count indictment are felony offense possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) with intent to deliver, and felony offense child neglect creating risk of serious bodily injury or death. Her separate indictment, felony offense of delivery of a controlled substance (Vicodin), is to have occurred on or about Dec. 21, 2009.

Judge David Hummel had sentenced Striegle to the West Virginia State Penitentiary for Women for a concurrent sentence of one to 15 years. Striegle was given credit for 50 days served. Furthermore, her sentence was suspended to five years on adult supervised probation, successful completion of the drug court program, and registry to the child abuse and neglect registry for life.