Drug Trafficker Sentenced to 10 Years in Jail in Washoe District Court, DA’s Office Says
Author: Nevada Globe Staff
NEVADA – A 43-year-old woman named Anika Leeann Porter admitted in July that she had been involved in narcotics trafficking and unlawfully possessed a handgun.
The Regional Narcotics Unit started looking into methamphetamine and heroin sales on February 8, which led to Porter’s arrest on nine charges.
The district attorney’s office said that during a search of her hotel room, detectives discovered multiple firearms as well as huge quantities of methamphetamine, fentanyl-laced heroin, and other narcotics, as well as evidence of drug trafficking, including scales, packing, and paraphernalia.
Deputy District Attorney Michael Vieta-Kabell said at sentencing that Porter posed a significant threat to the community because of his four prior felonies and large quantities of fentanyl and guns in his possession.
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