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Pennington faces new charge for tampering with evidence


A 19-year-old woman already facing six felony drug charges was arrested again this month after law enforcement officers say she tampered with evidence.

Mylissa Pennington is scheduled to be arraigned on the new charge in Cheyenne County District Court on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 9 a.m.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Pennington told a health care worker she flushed acetyl fentanyl – an illegal drug more potent than morphine and heroin – down a toilet after discovering her boyfriend unresponsive after he snorted some of the drug.

Dillon Grabowski was taken by ambulance to Sidney R...

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Reader Comments

guest01 writes:

I hope the community notices the difference in how the law is applied to a 19 year old girl, and how it is ignored, subverted and corrupted by male, public officials who are sworn to uphold that public trust. Is it really justice to fire and allow officials to resign, instead of facing prosecutions, jail, prison and financial ruin, while a 19 your old, female private citizen is subjected to the full weight of the law?


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