The New London woman arrested twice this year for selling heroin will spend the next five years in prison.
Ashley J. Guyette, 33, was convicted of drug trafficking, delivery of heroin, possession of heroin with intent to deliver and felony bail jumping.
Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Guyette on Friday, Dec. 6 to five years in prison and five years of extended supervision.
On April 29, Guyette was charged with multiple drug-related offenses after police found heroin, cocaine and narcotics while executing a search warrant at her apartment.
While investigators were searching Guyette’s apartment on April 17, she was in the hospital, delivering her baby.
Her apartment was located directly across East Washington Street from Lincoln Elementary School.
About one month after Guyette posted a $2,000 cash bond, New London police arrested her again.
On June 6, Guyette sold $100 worth of heroin to a police informant.
The following night, a tip led police to pull over a vehicle traveling from Milwaukee to New London. Guyette was a passenger.
When Guyette was subsequently searched at the Waupaca County jail, deputies found 10 grams of heroin in a body cavity and two pills identified as ecstasy in her purse.