Drug charges dismissed against Sydney woman
SYDNEY — Drug charges against a Sydney woman have been dismissed. Jalisa Gwendalyn Anderson, 28, of Carroll Crescent was charged with two counts of possession involving marijuana and oxycodone, along with a single count of possession for the purpose of trafficking in cocaine. Anderson had entered not guilty pleas to the charges and was assigned a trial date. During a provincial court appearance this week, the Crown said it was dismissing all three charges in the case.