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A Goshen woman is seeking a change of sentence for her meth dealing conviction after she has spent three years behind bars with no conduct violations.

GOSHEN — A Goshen woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for dealing meth told a judge she held up her end of the bargain and wants to serve the rest of her time outside prison.

Heather Slone, 34, pleaded guilty to dealing methamphetamine as a Level 2 felony and was sentenced to 12 years in prison, followed by eight years on probation, in August 2017. She was seeking a sentence modification Thursday from the same judge who sentenced her in Elkhart County Circuit Court.

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Revolution 1776

Meth dealer should equal death penalty

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