Woman Connected to Clay County Murder Found in Possession of Marijuana

Published 02/28 2014 05:17PM

Updated 02/28 2014 05:18PM

A woman charged in connection with a murder near Petrolia has her deferred adjudication revoked and it was replaced with 3 years probation for possession of marijuana.

Stephanie Heaston Corral was on deferred adjudication for possession of under 2 ounces of marijuana.

She's also charged with fabricating or tampering with physical evidence in a 2007 Clay County murder case.

Authorities believe she helped hide the body of 28-year-old Jose Ramirez. Law enforcement found his remains in a shallow grave outside Petrolia in 2012.

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