Elkhart woman gets 30 year sentence for first drug conviction

first_img WhatsApp Previous articlePotawatomi Zoo will host Zoo Boo in OctoberNext articleMichigan health insurers to provide COVID-19 testing, treatment at no cost through end of 2020 Carl Stutsman IndianaLocalNationalNews An Elkhart woman arrested with a large amount and variety of drugs was been given a multi decade sentence. 38 year old Jennifer Jennings reached a plea deal with prosecutors, following her arrest in April of last year.When she was arrested police found 53 grams of meth, 37 grams of cocaine, 75 grams of marijuana, and (as described by prosecutors) “a cornucopia” of prescription drugs. The Elkhart Truth reports that since her arrest Jennings has told police she is grateful for her incarceration and hopes her time in jail can help her rehab and get sober.Prosecutors are allowing her to serve out her sentence through an Indiana Department of Corrections drug rehab program. By Carl Stutsman – September 18, 2020 0 748 Google+ Pinterest Elkhart woman gets 30 year sentence for first drug conviction Facebook Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitterlast_img

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