NORWICH – A Norwich woman involved in a cocaine sale operation in the City of Norwich accepted a plea deal on Friday, and was sentenced to probation and treatment court.
Amanda Strozier, 29, of Norwich, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal nuisance as part of a plea deal.
The plea sentenced her to a year of interim probation, with the possibility of her charge being lowered to attempted criminal nuisance if she completes treatment court, and goes the year without committing crime.
She is also required to testify for the prosecution if needed.
As part of her testimony in court, Strozier named two other individuals allegedly involved with sales of cocaine taking place at her home.
She named her co-defendants, Alan Banks II and Steven White as individuals involved in the cocaine transactions.
Strozier said in November 2017, on Silver Street in the City of Norwich, “People came to my house to sell and buy cocaine.”
According to Strozier, White sold cocaine in her home and Banks purchased some on that day...