Woman must stay away from drug dealer ex-boyfriend

An 18-year-old Indian Hills woman was sentenced to probation Wednesday after she promised to stay away from her former boyfriend who faces up to 36 years in prison for drug distribution in Douglas County.

In an agreement with the district attorney's office, Annalyse Klekar pleaded guilty to possession of a drug not lawfully introduced into interstate commerce.

East Fork Justice Jim EnEarl sentenced Klekar to 180 days in Douglas County Jail, suspended, and placed her on a year of probation under the supervision of the Department of Alternative Sentencing.

She originally was charged with conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, trafficking in a controlled substance and principal to trafficking in a controlled substance.

"Your attorney did a pretty good job for you," EnEarl said. "I do not want to see you fail after all this hard work on your behalf."

She was represented by Kris Brown.

"Now you're convicted of this offense. What are you going to do?" EnEarl asked. "What you were originally involved in was serious and pretty much over the top for an 18-year-old young lady."

Klekar promised to stay off drugs.

She shared a house in Sunridge with two co-defendants that was raided Jan. 27. Authorities recovered 15.8 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, 127 Ecstasy tablets, cocaine, drug paraphernalia, prescription pills, a price list, firearms, GPS units and aviation.

Her former boyfriend, Antonio Wood, 23, faces up to 36 years in Nevada State Prison and $115,000 in fines after pleading guilty to trafficking in a controlled substance, burglary with a firearm and ex-felon in possession of a firearm.

Kurt Hewlett, 19, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, and faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

The men are to be sentenced April 21 by District Judge Dave Gamble and are in custody in Douglas County Jail.

All three had to accept the terms of their plea agreements to avoid prosecution on greater charges.

The district attorney's office agreed to recommend Wood's sentences be served concurrently which means he could serve 4-10 years.

Probation is up to the discretion of the judge.

Investigators identified Wood as a suspect in a burglary that occurred Jan. 25 at Minden-Tahoe Airport at his former employer's. He admitted taking the items.

A number of AK-47 and SKS assault rifles were stolen along with sporting-type firearms, portable global positioning system units and aviation electronics gear.


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