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Omear Pleads Guilty To Oxycodone Delivery

April 24, 2013
BY LAUREN RIGGS - Staff Writer (reporter@wetzelchronicle.com) , Wetzel Chronicle

Mindy Murphy Omear, 33, of 730 Highland Avenue, New Martinsville pleaded guilty April 17 in Wetzel County Circuit Court to conspiracy to deliver oxycodone, a Schedule II narcotic substance.

The state recommends that Omear be sentenced to one to five years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Women, with credit for time served, that being 15 days.

Furthermore, Omear is not permitted to be at the New Martinsville Villas Apartment Complex and is ordered to pay $141.84 to the West Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigations fund.

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Omear admitted to the offenses, which are to have occurred on July 11. She stated that she conspired to deliver oxycodone to a confidential informant and agreed that she did not know at the time that the person was a CI. Furthermore, Omear agreed that she conspired with Ronald L. Dunham, a co-defendant in the case. Dunham pleaded guilty Feb. 15 to delivery of oxycodone and was sentenced to jail for one to 15 years, with credit for 37 days served.

A pre-sentencing report in Omear's case will be prepared by Chief Probation Officer John D. Lantz. Omear is set to return to court May 17, 10 a.m., for sentencing.

On September 25, 2012, Omear was handed a six-count indictment by the September 2012 grand jury.

Counts one and two of Omear's indictment, conspiracy to deliver oxycodone and delivery of oxycodone, stated that on July 11, she allegedly conspired with Ronald L. Dunham, also known as "Buck", to deliver oxycodone.

Counts three and four, conspiracy to deliver oxycodone and delivery of oxycodone, stated that on July 12 Omear allegedly conspired with Dunham to deliver oxycodone and delivery of oxycodone.

Counts five and six, conspiracy to deliver oxycodone and delivery of oxycodone, stated that Omear allegedly conspired with Dunham and Daniel Ray Jones, also known as "Little D," to deliver oxycodone. Both of these offenses are to have occurred on or about July 19.

 
 

 

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