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2 sentenced for selling grandma's morphine

Michael Steven Tyler Rea, 22, of Superior, was sentenced to eight months in jail. He and Deeana Marie Crist, 26, who was sentenced to two years of probation, sold morphine during four drug buys monitored by Superior police in November and December, police said. Crist stole the drugs from her grandmother, police said, and they were either selling the morphine or trading it for marijuana.
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Michael Steven Tyler Rea, 22, of Superior, was sentenced to eight months in jail. He and Deeana Marie Crist, 26, who was sentenced to two years of probation, sold morphine during four drug buys monitored by Superior police in November and December, police said. Crist stole the drugs from her grandmother, police said, and they were either selling the morphine or trading it for marijuana.

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