Riverton woman accused of selling Hydrocodone and marijuana out of her house

    On November 19th, the Riverton Police Department and Department of Family Services visited a residence in Riverton.

    The visit was inspired by tips about a woman selling Hydrocodone and marijuana out of her house. DFS accompanied RPD because there were children in the household.

    Court documents show that after an interview with the homeowner, identified as 23-year-old Shyanne Cross-Dailey, she told authorities that she did have property of, and had been selling, both Hydrocodone and marijuana.


    Officers on scene noticed that there was marijuana she had placed under a chair in an attempt to hide it. Cross-Dailey informed authorities that she had a suitcase full of drug paraphernalia. She granted authorities consent to search the residence.

    Officers found one baggie of 18.5 grams of pot, along with two individual bindles of marijuana weighing 1.5 grams each. They also found two digital scales and three glass marijuana pipes, each with drug residue inside.

    Cross-Dailey told authorities that she was selling the drugs to “make money.”

    RPD found a bottle with 3 Hydrocodone pills inside. The original prescription was for 40 pills. It was not clear how many pills Cross-Dailey had sold.


    She is charged with one count of “Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver” and one count of “Unlawful Delivery of Hydrocodone.”

    If convicted of both penalties, the maximum sentence allowed would be 30 years of imprisonment and a fine of up to $35,000.

    On November 30th, the preliminary hearing was waived for the case. It will be transferred to District Court at a later date.


    All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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