A Bucyrus woman accused of injecting her husband with heroin has been sentenced to prison in Crawford County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
Heather A. Mosley, 27, Bucyrus, was sentenced to four years in prison after she pleaded guilty to one count of corrupting another with drugs, a second-degree felony, and possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. She was sentenced to three years in prison for the second-degree felony and one year on the possession of drugs charge and since her sentences are to be served consecutively, she will serve a total of four years in prison.
Heather Mosley is admitted to injecting her husband, Leonald Neil Mosley, with heroin. Her husband overdosed and had to be revived with several doses of Narcan by paramedics. Narcan is an antidote that blocks the effects of opioids, such as heroin, and reverses the effects of the drug on the body.
Leonald Mosley is facing one count of possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, and is being held at the Crawford County Justice Center on a $250,000 bond.
Heather Mosley was on probation at the time of her arrest from a theft conviction in April and a probation violation against her was dropped in exchange for her guilty plea on her latest charges. She was terminated unsuccessfully from probation.
Judge Sean Leuthold also order Heather Mosley to pay a $7,500 and suspended her driver’s license for six months.
Haley Walters, 24, Galion was sentenced to 90 days in jail after she admitted to violating the terms of her intervention program and pleading guilty to possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony.
Walters was also placed on community control for five years, had her driver’s license suspended for six months, must pay a $1,250 fine and must successfully complete a drug and alcohol treatment program.