CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Monongalia County woman admitted to her role in an oxycodone distribution operation broken up federal investigators over the summer.
Amanda Gifford, 34, of Morgantown, admitted to unlawful use of a communication facility in March 2017 in Monongalia County. Investigators said she used a telephone to help further the sale of oxycodone, a prescription opioid.
Gifford faces up to four years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of West Virginia has now achieved 14 convictions out of the 33 originally named in the unsealed June indictment.
- Ariel Blosser, 28, formerly of Morgantown, WV
- Brandy Miller, 28, formerly of Salem, WV
- Jason Pancoast, 23, formerly of Pursglove, WV
- Leon Jamar Maddox, 34, formerly of Fairmont, WV
- Amanda Maddox, 32, formerly of Morgantown, WV
- Brianna “BB” Blackman, 22, formerly of Morgantown, WV
- Codey Bonnette, 25, formerly of Morgantown, WV
- Anna May Martin, 32, formerly of Westover, WV
- Thomas Keener, 22, formerly of Fairmont, WV
- Holly Jo Exline, 22, formerly of Dellslow, WV
- Bobbie Jo Phillips, 30, formerly of Morgantown, WV
- Makyna Kansco, 22, formerly of Crawford, WV
- Carlee Cuppet, 25, formerly of Kingwood, WV