A woman is facing 10 years in federal prison after she was discovered with two pounds of meth and other drugs.
26-year-old Vhavna Kmari Damai was implicated in a drug distribution operation after she was found with morphine tablets and about 2 pounds of 100 percent pure methamphetamine in her possession.
According to the government, Damai ran her drug operation out of the home she shared with her mother. The government emphasized that the defendant has a history of frequent drug and alcohol abuse and regarded her as a danger to not only herself, but the community. Because of that, they called for her to be detained.
But with Damai having no prior criminal history, District Court Judge Michael Bordallo released her under the condition of house arrest. A pre-trial conference has been set for October 2nd.