Forty-two year-old Tonya Colette Sickler was scheduled to appear in Johnson County Circuit Court on Friday, but instead filed a waiver of her right to a speedy appearance in court, and will have her appearance rescheduled to a later date.
Sickler was one of two women arrested earlier this year in connection with a drug investigation that begin at Buffalo High School and ended in the arrests of Sickler and 19-year old Renae Jean Harriet.
The arrests followed an investigation by the Buffalo Police Department at the urging of staff at BHS, who noticed unusual behavior with students and notified police.
Sickler is charged with count of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor; two counts of Manufacturing or Delivering a Controlled Substance; and two counts of Attempt and Conspire, which are felonies.
Harriet was charged with two counts of Attempt and Conspire, felonies, and she made her initial appearance in court February 4.
Her case was bound over to District Court.
The investigation by the Buffalo Police Department continues at this time.
No new date for Sickler's appearance in court had been set as of Friday afternoon.