A Grantsville woman was appearing yesterday before magistrate Teresa Robinson, reportedly in an effort to bond out of Central Regional Jail.

Fifty-nine-year-old Jeanette Ann Ashby engaged in a loud and continuing verbal outburst during the hearing, reportedly linked to her arrest on October 1st by Grantsville police chief Charles Stephens.

Magistrate Robinson, after several efforts to conduct the hearing, reportedly ordered Ashby back to Central Regional Jail, indicating a hearing could be held through teleconferencing.

Ashby, according to court records, is facing misdemeanor and felony charges related to illegally obtaining a prescription for Vicodin at Grantsville's Rite-Aid drugstore.

The incident is related to a series of counter-charges between Ashby and her former boyfriend Michael Martin. The Vicodin prescription, according to the record, belonged to Martin.

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