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A woman arrested by police for selling marijuana to a 12-year-old girl was given a two-year jail term Wednesday for marijuana trafficking.

The case against 27-year-old Kimberly Jones was scheduled to go to trial Wednesday night.

On Aug. 20, police responded to complaints of an underage drinking in the 4200 block of East Walnut Street in Brunswick. When officers approached the home they discovered the teen living in her bedroom with “four joints, a roll of condoms and카지노 사이트 a glass of milk,” according to a news release from the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.

Officers checked the apartment to determine the youth was 15 years old.

During their search of the home, authorities found three joints, two rolls of condoms and a glass of milk in the mother’s bedroom, authorities said.

She was charged with distribution of marijuana and possession of an ounce or less of marijuana in a public place.

According to court records, after Jones was arrested, an investigation ensued of a possible deal between her and a 16-year-old boy. According to a criminal complaint filed against her by the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, Jones was offering to trade the youth for the 15 pounds of marijuana she was arrested for.

A warrant was issued for Jones’s arrest, but on Feb. 3, when an Essex County judge denied her request for a bond hearing, she agreed to plead guilty to a charge of selling marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

The sentence is not an option for Jones, said her attorney, Brian Wray.

“It’s just too much trouble for this person,” Wray said. “She’