Twenty year old Samantha Loomans from West Bend appeared in a Washington County court room on Wednesday before Judge Todd Martens and was found guilty of manufacturing or delivery of heroin. Loomans, was also charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin, maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of drug paraphernalia. After Loomans waived her right to a preliminary hearing, she pleaded guilty to manufacture or delivery of heroin. She is scheduled to be sentenced on September fifth. According to the criminal complaint, a Washington County Sheriff’s Department investigator met with an informant March 14 to arrange a drug transaction with Kolten Yenter. The officer saw Yenter and Loomans leave their home. The police pulled them over and arrested them. Loomans told an investigator that she hid the heroin in her pants. The total weight was point 37 grams. While she was at the Washington County Jail intake she told an officer before she and Yenter were stopped by police, Yenter was holding the heroin and then he threw the heroin at her and told her to hide it. Yenter was previously found guilty of manufacturing or delivery of heroin and was sentenced to four years in prison on July ninth.