• Dennis McCaslin

Four-year sentence for female habitual offender out of Hackett


The inability of a Hackett woman to stay on the right side of the law sent her to prison last week on a plea deal for a 2020 arrest that triggered revocation charges and resulted in a four-year prison stay with eight years suspended.


Taylor Raee Wheeler drew the time because of a revocation set in motion by a 2020 arrest for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and misdemeanor Theft of Property.


Wheeler was sentenced as a habitual offender in the Fort Smith District of Sebastian County Circuit Court last week. She also received five years suspended as part of her drug court plea.


In August of 2019, Wheeler avoided jail time when she was transferred to drug court after an arrest with a male co-defendant for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Purpose to Deliver and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.






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