UPDATE: Woman Pleads Guilty to Drug Possession

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UPDATE 3/26/2014 4:05 PM

Pleading guilty to possession.

Last April major crimes task force agents used a search warrant to go into a local hotel room.

It was rented by Taylor King of Marion, Ohio.

Also in the room was Harrison Featherstone from Columbus.

When agents searched the room and King's car they say they found cocaine, marijuana and prescription pills.

Featherstone is already out on parole for a robbery in the area back in 2009.

King told police she drives Featherstone down to Marietta for business and he gives her gas money and pays her car payment.

King is a convicted felon, too for drug charges.

She pleaded guilty Wednesday and her sentencing is set for May 20.

Agents with the Major Crimes Task Force obtained a search warrant at a motel room in Marietta Saturday morning.

23-year-old Taylor Marie King of Marion and 28-year-old Harrison C. Featherstone of Columbus were charged with an F5 possession of cocaine and misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

Officers found cocaine, marijuana, and prescription pills inside the room.

King said that she drives Featherstone down to Marietta every few days so he can do "business." She also mentioned that he provides her with gas money and make payments on her car.

Featherstone is on parole out of Franklin County for a robbery that occurred in Washington County in August of 2009. King is a convicted felon for drug charges related to marijuana and prescription pills.

They are currently incarcerated in lieu bond pending an appearance in Marietta Municipal Court.

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