Bridget Loggins sentenced to two years for delivery of heroin
Bridget Marie Loggins, 44, Minot, was sentenced on Wednesday to five years in prison, with a requirement that she serve two years, and three years of supervised probation for Class B felony delivery of heroin and Class B felony possession with intent to deliver heroin on Dec. 16 in Minot.
The state agreed to drop a Class B felony conspiracy to deliver heroin charge and a Class C felony possession of drug paraphernalia charge against Loggins.
Court records also show that North Central District Court Judge Doug Mattson ordered Loggins to obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and to pay $1,000 in court costs.
Loggins will receive credit for 66 days already served in jail plus nine days off for good behavior.
Loggins was one of four people charged in the case.
According to the probable cause affidavit filed with the court, a confidential informant working for the Ward County Narcotics Task Force set up a meeting with Martin Jesz, 18, to purchase 1/8 ounce of heroin for $750, Martin Jesz, his brother Joey Jesz, 26, and Aaron Lunstad, 26, all came to pick up the confidential informant. The source of the heroin was Loggins, who goes by the name Mama B. Joey Jesz had called Loggins to set up the deal. Martin Jesz and Lunstad were arrested after they dropped off the confidential informant after the deal. Martin Jesz had a box with a bag of methamphetamine and a syringe on his person when he was arrested.
Joey Jesz and Loggins were arrested in Apt. 27 at 22 South Main Street. Joey Jesz admitted to having a meth pipe in the bathroom. There was a record of phone calls between Joey Jesz and Loggins. A search of the residence turned up an additional two grams of heroin, digital scales, marijuana, a heroin smoking device with drug residue, a methamphetamine smoking device with drug residue, and a strip of Buprenorphine and Naloxone.
Charges are still pending in district court in Minot against the other three co-defendants.