A former Texas County jailer who is accused of peddling drugs over a six-month period will stand trial April 24-25 in Waynesville, a judge decided last week.

Sheena D. Bolerjack, 34, of Vienna, was charged following a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation. Authorities said Bolerjack confessed to distributing two oxycodone to an inmate between Dec. 21 and Jan. 6, 2016, as well as distributing alprazolam and tramadol on multiple occasions between Sept. 9 and Feb. 28, 2017. She is charged with two counts of class B felony distribution charges following a multi-agency investigation.

According to a report submitted by an investigator with the patrol’s division of drug and crime control, the sheriff’s department requested assistance with investigation of the sale of narcotics by a jail employee. Bolerjack was arrested March 3 by Dent County authorities and transported to Texas County by a highway patrolman.

Bolerjack was earlier granted a change of venue earlier. A pre-trial conference is April 3. 

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