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    Muncie drug dealer sentenced to 32 years in prison

    By Deja Studdard,


    MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie drug dealer was sentenced to prison for dealing that resulted in death in 2022.

    Kimberlee Twigg, 30, was sentenced to 32 years in prison for the “heinous” actions, as stressed by Chief Deputy Prosecutor Zach Craig during the hearing.

    “The takeaway is this: if you deal drugs in Delaware County and one of your customers dies as result, you will be held accountable,” said Prosecuting Attorney Eric Hoffman.

    According to the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, Twigg had admitted that after she watched the victim die of the drugs she sold him, she continued to sell drugs for nine months until her arrest.

    Muncie woman pleads guilty to supplying heroin that caused deadly overdose

    Nine drug dealers have been found guilty by Delaware County juries of dealing in a controlled substance, resulting in death. Twiggs case marks the second time in Delaware County that a drug dealer has pled guilty to the crime.

    “The days of drug dealers preying on the weak and vulnerable are long gone. We will continue to aggressively prosecute these crimes,” said Hoffman.

    Learn more about the Twigg case here .

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