2 Utah Residents Accused in Wyo. Drug Ring
WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — Two Utah residents are accused of being involved in a heroin and prescription drug ring in northern Wyoming.
The Northern Wyoming Daily News reported Thursday that warrants have been issued for 31-year-old Edward Danny Toledo and 26-year-old Danielle Jesse Baxter of Spanish Fork, Utah.
Toledo is serving time in a Utah prison for drug-related offenses and will be brought to Washakie County after his release. Baxter is at large.
Investigators accuse Toledo of being a main source of heroin and Oxycodone in the county.
A third suspect in the investigation, 21-year-old Sierra Ivy Herrera of Worland, was arrested in September. She's accused of distributing drugs for the ring and is being held in jail.