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Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, 11:50 p.m.

A 46-year Washington County woman has been accused of having a 17-year-old boy drive her to get heroin and prescription pills in August, Southwest Regional police said.

Peters Township District Judge James Ellis has issued an arrest warrant for Lisa Moffitt of 1518 Route 837, Elrama, on charges of solicitation and corruption of minors.

The boy told police Moffitt gave him pills on several previous occasions, police said. He claimed she gave him advice on how to take prescription pills.

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