10:12 AM

Dina Marie Eslick (mug shot CCSO)

A woman from Nixa who recently got out of prison for supplying drugs that caused a teenagers death in 2009 is back behind bars for selling prescription drugs.

According to the probable cause statement, someone found a cell phone belonging to Dina Eslick, also known as Momma D, last November and turned it over to authorities in Nixa. 

When authorities were scrolling through the phone to identify the owner, they found several text messages indicating that Eslick was conducting drug transactions.

Court documents say that authorities found a stream of text messages including the following: "Hey, its mom, u know anyone looking for any perc10 or hydro0???  let me know."  The message went on to indicate a drug transaction for "100" was imminent and to take place on "Kansas." 

In some of the messages people were looking for Fetynal patches, Hydrocodone, Percocet and Tramadol.

 Eslick allegedly told investigators that she would buy the patches for $60 - $70 and then turn around and sell them for $100 plus gas money for the delivery. 

Court documents say that one Eslick's customers was someone she had been in prison with.

Eslick allegedly admitted to authorities that she conducted several drug transactions on the parking lots of several businesses in Springfield and Christian County.

On November 22nd, Eslick's daughter went to the Nixa police department to pick up the phone and identified it as belonging to her mother.

James Crow overdosed in 2009 on pills that Eslick sold him.  She was sentenced to seven years in prison for that crime.

Eslick, who was charged with distribution of a controlled substance,  is being held without bond on a probation violation.

She is scheduled to appear in court on April 30th.