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Mitchell woman indicted for use of cocaine

A former Mitchell dentist was recently indicted for ingesting cocaine, stemming from an incident in April. Hilary Jarman, 46, of Mitchell, was indicted by a Davison County grand jury on Dec. 4 for ingestion of cocaine on or between April 17 and A...

A former Mitchell dentist was recently indicted for ingesting cocaine, stemming from an incident in April.

Hilary Jarman, 46, of Mitchell, was indicted by a Davison County grand jury on Dec. 4 for ingestion of cocaine on or between April 17 and April 19, according to court documents.

Jarman agreed to step away from her dental practice on June 18 at Dental Health Partners in Mitchell after admitting she completed treatment for a substance-use disorder.

Jarman’s husband, Jeffrey Jarman, was sentenced earlier this year to 90 days in jail for cocaine possession. Law enforcement found cocaine in the Jarmans’ home in February and April, court documents state.

Hilary Jarman was charged with unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, a class 5 felony punishable upon conviction by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

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