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UPDATE: Former Cameron Basketball Coach Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison

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WTRF.COM UPDATE:

A former teacher and girls' basketball coach from Marshall County has been sentenced to a 30-month prison term for her conviction on heroin distribution charges.

The U.S. attorney says 27-year-old Amanda Allison of Cameron was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Wheeling.


ORIGINAL STORY, August 20, 2013:

A Marshall County woman has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin from January to April of 2013.

Amanda Allison, of Cameron, who was the former Junior Varsity Girls' basketball coach at Cameron High School, remains free on bond, pending her sentencing. She faces 20 years in prison and a fine of $1 million.

(Related story: Marshall County Basketball Coach Arrested on Heroin Charges)

Allison's co-defendant in the case, Tyler Jay Hoyle, of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 70 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release on his conviction for conspiracy to distribute heroin from January to April of 2013.