Woman Awaits Sentence In Oxycodone Death Case

Woman Awaits Sentence In Oxycodone Death Case

Judy McIntosh, 47, will face at least 20 years in federal prison.
A Breathitt County woman who admitted her role in the prescription drug overdose death of another woman will face at least 20 years in prison when she is sentenced in July.

Judy McIntosh, 47, pleaded guilty March 28 to distribution of Oxycodone that resulted in death. She also pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge.

According to the plea agreement, a woman received a quantity of Oxycodone pills from McIntosh on October 2, 2010. The woman then consumed the pills, and later died at McIntosh's home. The medical examiner's report confirmed the cause of death was from an Oxycodone overdose.

McIntosh also admitted that between August 2010 and June 2011, she conspired with others to distribute Oxycodone in Lee and Breathitt counties.
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