Woman pleads to maintaining drug trafficking placeA woman accused of allowing her roommate to sell meth out of their Superior residence while her children were present will spend 30 days in jail.
A woman accused of allowing her roommate to sell meth out of their Superior residence while her children were present will spend 30 days in jail.
Tanya Marie Borske, 35, pleaded no contest to one count felony maintaining a drug trafficking place and two misdemeanor counts of child neglect on Dec. 2 in Douglas County Circuit Court. A third count of child neglect was dismissed.
Borske was sentenced to two years probation and 30 days jail for the two misdemeanor charges. Huber work release was granted. A deferred judgment of conviction agreement was entered on the felony count. If Borske follows the conditions of the agreement through May 2013, the charge will be amended to misdemeanor possession of amphetamine, which carries a maximum sentence of one year and a fine of up to $5,000.
According to the criminal complaint: Borske’s roommate, Terra Jennissen, sold meth out of 1818 Banks Ave. while babysitting Borske’s three children — ages 13, 5 and 3. Jennissen was also smoking meth in front of the children. Superior police who executed a search warrant at the residence Dec. 27, 2010, found it to be a complete mess from top to bottom. There was little food in the home and dirty clothing was scattered throughout the rooms.
Jennissen pleaded no contest to one count felony delivery of amphetamine in August, according to online court records. She was sentenced to three years probation and 180 days jail. Huber release was granted for work or community service.
One additional count of delivery of amphetamine and one count of possession of meth were dismissed.