Jenkins avoids state prison following week-long furlough

NORWICH A Norwich woman who pleaded guilty to third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance in early November was sentenced to five years parole with two years of post-release supervision following a stretch at the Willard Drug Center.

Curissa Jenkins, 23, who was originally indicted on two counts of second degree criminal possession of a controlled substance both class B felonies in August, was accused of possessing narcotics with the intent to sell following an April 7 incident that took place in the Rexford Street Trailer Park. Jenkins, returning to court after a week-long furlough granted by Judge W. Howard Sullivan, tested clean of any illegal substances Monday.

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