HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA: A recent report states two of the five litigants charged as a feature of an intrigue that dealt heroin from Maryland to Virginia prompting in any event one lethal and one non-deadly excess were condemned yesterday in U.S. Locale Court in Harrisonburg, Special Agent in Charge Jarod A. Failed to remember of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Washington Division and Acting United States Attorney Daniel P. Bubar reported.
56-year-old Norma Lynda Kidwell was sentenced to 100 months in federal prison. In addition, 54-year-old Craig Allen Kidwell was sentenced Yesterday to 100 months in federal prison.
A Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Washington Division, Jarod Forget said, “The overdose crisis we are seeing is destroying families across our area. And it is the heroin and fentanyl traffickers such as these who are fueling this epidemic.”
“This case demonstrates our commitment to find and cut off the pipeline of deadly drugs fueling this epidemic and the productive partnerships we’ve built with our area law enforcement partners to tackle this crisis head-on.”
Also, Acting U.S. Attorney Bubar said, “The Kidwells preyed on vulnerable victims and destroyed numerous lives, perpetuating the scourge of heroin and fentanyl in our communities. My office is extremely grateful for the hard work and persistence of the DEA, the Virginia State Police, and our numerous local law-enforcement partners, who worked together to bring the Kidwells to justice.”