Woman, 28, accused of swapping cigarettes for Adderall with juveniles

by Symptom Advice on January 12, 2012

LOGAN — a 28-year-old woman is facing felony charges for swapping cigarettes for Adderall with two juveniles in her neighborhood.

Court records show Sunny Morrisette was charged in 1st District Court Friday with seven counts of possession or use of a controlled substance, a third-degree felony and 10 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a class B misdemeanor, in connection with the exchanges. the woman apparently admitted to police that she was was “under a lot of stress” when she decided to try the prescription drug,

“(She) had heard good things about Adderall and wanted to try it,” according to a probable cause statement.

The woman then started to trade a brother and sister in her neighborhood their Adderall “and other pills or money” for her cigarettes. She told police the exchanges took place at least 10 times in the month of October, according to the probable cause statement.

Both juveniles also admitted to the exchanges.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Adderall is a brand of drug that is used to control symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, and narcolepsy and is in a “class of medications called central nervous system stimulants.”

An initial appearance was scheduled for Dec. 19 in the case.

— Emiley Morgan

Twitter: DNewsCrimeTeam

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