Jun 29, 2016 3:32 PM

Manchester drug dealer admits to selling fatal heroin dose

The Associated Press

CONCORD — Federal Drug Enforcement Administration officials say a New Hampshire woman has admitted to selling a fatal dose of heroin that killed a woman in Laconia.

The Citizen reports Tiffany Ramos pleaded guilty in federal court to three counts of distribution of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.

The DEA began investigating the Manchester woman after a confidential informant disclosed that she was selling roughly 200 to 300 grams of heroin daily.

The informant made controlled buys from Ramos on behalf of the DEA in May and June 2015. When she was arrested, police say Ramos had 128 grams of heroin hidden in her bra.

Prosecutors have recommended that Ramos be sentenced to serve between 12 and 15 years in prison.

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