Baker sentenced to county jail, probation

NORWICH – A 33-year-old Syracuse woman charged in connection with convicted cocaine dealer Richard Tyler will spend six months in the county’s correctional facility and face five years of probation after violating the terms of her release.



Semajdanyell Baker, one of three individuals accused of trafficking cocaine from Syracuse to Chenango County, was charged last week with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance – a class A misdemeanor – following a routine traffic stop in the Syracuse region. When searched, police allegedly discovered a set of scales in Baker’s pocketbook, which had a suspicious white residue on them. When field-tested, the white substance was identified as cocaine.


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