Cedarville woman with extensive criminal background handed seven-year sentence on drug charges
A Cedarville woman who has been racking up drug-related felonies as since as far back as 2011 was sentenced to seven years in prison with an additional 13 years suspended this week on drug related charges in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Forty-year-old Valerie Ann Snow, whose address listed with the court system is in the 9500 block of Cedarville road in Cedarville, drew the sentence after a plea deal in open court on Wednesday. The sentence was enhanced with a 4-year habitual offender tag and all of the sentences were set to run concurrently with exisiting terms brought about by a parole revocation.
Johnson faced possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia charges in the court session on Wednesday. According to information from Arkansas Court Connect. Snow has been arrested numerous times over the past two decades including six felony arrests in Sebastian County since 2018.
From the information on Arkansas core connect it appears that snow was sent to prison in 2019 on two class c felony forgery charges. Obviously, she paroled out of the ADC after spending less than 4 years of that 15-year sentence in the penitentiary as she was arrested in March of this year on the charges that sent her back prison.
That March 15 arrest for two counts of possession of controlled subject and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia triggered a petition to revoke and caused her parole violation.
Snow remains in the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center awaiting her transfer to the Arkansas Department of Corrections.