Lafayette woman charged for selling drugs to undercover cop

Deborah Reagin (Photo Provided)
Deborah Reagin (Photo Provided)

TIPPECANOE CO., Ind. (WLFI) – Charges are filed against a Lafayette woman who prosecutors said sold cocaine and heroin to an undercover police officer.

Prosecutors said Deborah Reagin, 54, met with the undercover officer in October 2013 and sold cocaine. In December 2013, they said she sold heroin to the undercover officer.

Reagin faces charges including dealing and possession of cocaine, and dealing a narcotic drug.

According to court documents, Reagin has a lengthy prior criminal history. Currently, she has pending charges for possession of a legend drug, intimidation, theft and habitual substance offender.

In November 2003, Reagin was convicted of conspiracy to commit dealing meth and habitual substance offender. She was convicted of two counts of forgery and attempted acquisition of a controlled substance in June 1993. She has three operating while intoxicated charges, one from 1990 and two from 1995.

Reagin also has prior convictions for theft and habitual offender from October 1999 under a different name.

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