2 Kona Women Charged After Reportedly Found in Possession of Meth, Fentanyl, Heroin
Two Kona women facing a myriad of drug offenses related to methamphetamine, fentanyl, and heroin were granted supervised release by a Kona District Court judge Tuesday, Jan. 18.
On Friday, Jan. 14, 44-year-old Jennifer Conway was allegedly found in possession of 25 or more capsules or dosage units of fentanyl as well as over an eighth ounce of methamphetamine. She’s been charged with three counts of second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, third-degree promotion of a dangerous drug and prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia.
Conway was initially being held on $85,250 bail. However, District Court Judge Kimberly Taniyama granted supervised release over the prosecution’s objection.
Also on Jan. 14, Devon Henson, 38, was allegedly found in possession of over an ounce of methamphetamine, as well as 25 or more capsules or dosages of fentanyl. Court documents indicate Henson was also in possession of over an eighth of an ounce of heroin.
Henson was ultimately charged with 11 offenses including two counts of first-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, first-degree attempted promotion of a dangerous drug, seven counts of second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, and prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia.
At the time of her arrest, Henson was also wanted for an outstanding district court warrant.
Henson was being held in lieu of $66,025 bail but was also granted supervised release over the prosecutorʻs objections.
Henson and Conway are ordered to appear back in court for a preliminary hearing that is scheduled for Feb. 8.