A Harrisburg woman who allegedly tried to trade food stamps for heroin is headed to court.
Jenna Lynn Snyder, 25, waived her preliminary hearing Wednesday and allowed the charges against her to proceed without contest.
Snyder was arrested September 24 by the Harrisburg Vice Unit after she called the phone of an alleged drug dealer that had been seized by police.
Prosecutors said she then met with an undercover police officer and
agreed to trade access to $200 of her food stamp credit for heroin.
Her formal arraignment on access device fraud and illegal food stamp exchange charges was scheduled for Dec. 16.
3235 Hoffman Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110
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