Washington woman receives probation in drug possession plea deal

(ABC 6 News) – A Seattle, Washington woman pulled over in a traffic stop this summer pleaded guilty to 4th-degree drug possession in Olmsted County Court Wednesday, Oct. 12.

Sydney Johnson received an immediate sentence of two years’ probation in Olmsted County Court.

She will also pay $140 in fines and legal fees.

A second charge of marijuana possession in a motor vehicle was dismissed.

Johnson was pulled over June 29 near Pine Island, after an Olmsted County deputy allegedly saw her speeding.

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According to court documents, Johnson admitted to having marijuana in the car, then later told the deputy where to find marijuana, a pipe, and 18 tablets of LSD in her vehicle.

According to court documents, Johnson may transfer her probation to her county of residence.