Woman admits to mixing heroin, fentanyl at Virginia home

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — A Virginia woman has agreed to a plea deal in which she admits to mixing heroin and fentanyl at her home.

The Daily Press of Newport News reports 38-year-old Symphoni V. Wiggins boasted about being a "master mixer," cutting the drugs at her house in Hampton.

Court documents say Wiggins distributed the mixed heroin and fentanyl to a local drug dealer and others for about seven months in 2018. She was arrested in a massive roundup on Aug. 27.

Court documents show that of 39 defendants charged in the federal drug conspiracy case, Wiggins is the fourth to plead guilty. Her plea deal was reached last week.

Wiggins faces up to 40 years in prison when she's sentenced in March, though she could get credit from prosecutors for her cooperation.

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Information from: Daily Press, http://www.dailypress.com/