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June 24, 2014

Lockport woman arrested after selling drugs to 15-year-old

Niagara County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 24-year-old Town of Lockport woman after a 15-year-old boy reported she had sold him opana and allowed him to inject it while in her apartment Sunday night.

Angel M. Sanney, 24, 6596 Dysinger Road, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

The boy's mother originally reported on Sunday that her son came home from a friends about 8 p.m. and appeared to be under the influence of drugs. He admitted to injecting opanas into his arms.

The youth told deputies that he went to Sanney's apartment about 4 p.m. Sunday to buy the drugs. He told deputies he's been going there for the past two months to buy drugs.

On Sunday he bought 40 mg of opana for $80 and then injected it while in the apartment.

Sanney was taken into custody at her apartment on Monday.

Members of the Niagara County Drug Task Force searched her apartment and found a small amount of suspected marijuana and a plastic bag with a small amount of white residue.

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