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Dec. 6, 2018Maryville, MO |  By: Kramer Sansone

Maryville drug dealer sentenced to 4 years in prison

A 35-year-old Maryville woman was sentenced to four years in prison on drug and stealing charges. According to Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice, Amanda Sue Wynn, also known as Amanda Sue Holladay, was found guilty of stealing leased or rented personal property and delivery of a controlled substance. Rice says this was part of an undercover police operation.

"On or about July 26, 2016, Amanda Wynn distributed methamphetamine, which is a controlled substance here in the state of Missouri, to a confidential informant who was working on behalf of the Nodaway County Sherrif's Office.  She did so knowing it was methamphetamine and that it was a controlled substance."

Rice adds law enforcement will continue efforts to take drug dealers off the streets in Nodaway County.

"Statistics show that persons who deal drugs commit other crimes and then those people that are addicted to those drugs also commit crimes in order to support their habit.  I believe drug dealers target persons who are vulnerable and I believe they are a nuisance and a harm to our community.  And we're going to continue to target them."