A Springs woman is convicted of distributing fentanyl to 3 teens

A Colorado Springs woman was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, leading to the death of a teen. On Friday, fifty-eight Marlene McGuire was convicted of selling pills that contained fentanyl to 3 teenage boys in the Security-Widefield area in January of 2022. One of the teens was found dead by his parents, and a coroner later determined he died from acute fentanyl toxicity. According to arrest papers, all 3 teens thought they were purchasing Percocet. Authorities say while executing a search warrant at McGuire’s home, they found other drugs including meth, heroin, and cocaine. McGuire will be sentenced on December 6th.

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