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Lockport woman admits to selling painkiller

LOCKPORT – A City of Lockport woman pleaded guilty Wednesday in State Supreme Court to selling the painkiller oxymorphone to a police informant in that city Nov. 1.

Amy E. Devine, 36, of South Transit Street, admitted to fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr. told her that as a first-time offender, he would probably place her on probation, a request made by Assistant Public Defender Michael White, and one to which Assistant District Attorney Peter M. Wydysh did not object.

The sentence will be made official Oct. 29. If Kloch changes his mind, the maximum sentence is 2 1/2 years in prison.

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