Amber Michelle Morgan, 36, was sentenced yesterday to 25 years TDCJ for Burglary of a Habitation. She was on parole for burglary of a habitation at the time she committed new burglaries. Because of her prior prison sentence, the punishment range in this case was enhanced from 2 to 20 years in prison to 5 years to life. According to Assistant District Attorney Clay Harrison, if Morgan commits another felony in the future, she will be a habitual offender with a range of 25-life.
In March of this year, Lamar and Delta County Law Enforcement requested the assistance of Hopkins County Investigators and Deputies in an arrest and recovery of stolen property that solved two separate burglaries in those counties. All of the stolen property was recovered including guns, computers, and law enforcement also located methamphetamine, according to Hopkins County Investigator Dennis Findley. Findley stated that local law enforcement went to a residence on CR 3568 where they found the stolen property, meth, and Morgan, 36, along with Heidi Wosotowsky. A Mossberg rifle was found under Morgan’s bed. The methamphetamine was located during the execution of a search warrant. Morgan is a convicted Felon and was on Parole for Burglary of a Habitation.
Wosotowsky was sentenced in July, 2018, to 15 years in prison.