NORWICH – Samantha M. Remillard, 35, of Plymouth has opted to change her original not guilty plea to a plea of guilty regarding charges stemming from a drug related arrest from last year.
Remillard appeared in Chenango County Court on Monday August 17, 2015, before Chenango County Court Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. for the purpose of the possibility of a change of plea.
Remillard appeared with her attorney, Alyssa Congdon. District Attorney Joseph A. McBride spoke on behalf of the people.
Prior to this court date, on Friday, November 7, 2014, at approximately 9:20 p.m., Norwich Police Department officers forcibly entered a single-family residence, located on 12 State Street in the City of Norwich, with the authority of a search warrant signed by Chenango County Court Judge Frank B. Revoir, Jr.
After forcibly gaining entrance into the residence, NPD officers arrested three individuals for alleged drug crimes and seized large quantities of heroin, “crack” cocaine and cash.
There was also a child under the age of 12 found inside the residence at the time the NPD officers entered the residence last November.
The three arrests followed an investigation that began when officers were notified of a high amount of traffic to and from the residence.
Miguel A. Abreu, 28, of Brooklyn, Shaun P. Sullivan, then 34, of Norwich and Samantha M. Remillard, then 34, of Norwich were the three individuals arrested during last November’s drug related arrests.