Four-time Huntington felon sent to prison on drug charges as habitual offender
A Huntington woman with four felony arrests in 28 months in Sebastian County was sentenced to seven years in prison as a habitual offender in proceedings Wednesday in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Crystal Michelle Corgill, who has had four arrests since August 2019 on drug and theft related charges, was sentenced on two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and had felony failure to appear charges dropped in the Wednesday morning court session.
She was given identical sentences on the two counts and those sententeces were set to run concurrently.
Corgill, who went to prison for 12-months for her 2019 arrest was arrested again in 2020 on theft charges between $100 and $5000. In April of this year, she was arrested with two other suspects and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Meth./Cocaine/ Fentanyl and failed to make her court date, according to court records.
She was arrested n drug paraphernalia charges again on December 12, triggering a reactivation of her previous cases that resulted in the habitual offender designation. .Se has been in the SCADC since that arrest on a double no-bond hold.
The felony failure to appear and petitions to revoke were withdrawn as part of the plea deal, which also calls or her to start monthly payments towards court cost within ninety days of her eventual release.