Grandmother and man found guilty in sex for drugs case involving a child

Angela Blackwell was found guilty for drug possession and pandering her grand-daughter to a man.

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The grandmother who gave her 10-year-old grandchild to a man for sex in exchange for drugs, and the man who committed criminal sexual conduct with the child have been found guilty.

46-year old Angela Blackwell allowed 68-year-old Johnnie Griffin to have sex with the 10-year-old girl in exchange for cocaine.

Thursday, Judge Robert L. Kaczmarek found Griffin guilty of first-degree and second degree criminal sexual conduct in the case. In addition, to the crimes involving the 10-year old girl, Griffin was also found guilty of criminal sexual conduct in a cases involving another one of Blackwell TMs granddaughters and another little girl. Plus, he was found guilty on drug and gun charges. The CSC charges carry a penalty of life in prison.

For Blackwell, a fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct charge was dropped, but she was found guilty for pandering the child, and possessing cocaine.

Sentencing dates for Blackwell and Griffin have not been scheduled yet.