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Woman who gave patch to friend guilty of homicide: Prescription pain medication resulted in the death of Wenatchee woman
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Sunday, 02 March 2003 18:48
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By Laurie Smith, World staff writer
Sunday - March 2, 2003

WENATCHEE - A Wenatchee woman who said she was trying to help a friend when she gave her prescription pain medication pleaded guilty this past week to controlled-substance homicide.
Angeline S. Page, 32, will serve 75 days in electronically monitored home detention and 15 days of community service under the sentence handed down Thursday by Chelan County Superior Court Judge John Bridges.
Page, who has no criminal history of any kind, faced a standard sentencing range of 31 to 41 months in prison.
It's a tragedy that this happened, said defense attorney John Brangwin. She gave her the medicine because she felt Amanda was in pain, and Amanda asked her to give her some, and then this happened.
Brangwin said Page suffers from chronic pain and uncontrolled seizures.

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