One of the eight people arrested in connection to an alleged meth lab in northeast Jacksonville in March of this year will now serve prison time.
Twenty-seven-year-old Nicole Christy of the 8-hundred block of South Fayette was sentenced to three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections for aggravated participation in methamphetamine manufacturing and unlawful possession of meth, along with a two-year period of mandatory supervised release.
The prison sentence runs concurrently with unlawful possession of a credit or debit card, which carries an additional one-year period of MSR, and a charge of identity fraud.
Christy had received a drug court probation sentence as part of a plea deal in June, but a petition to revoke the probation was filed by the Morgan County State’s Attorney’s Office earlier this month.
A Jacksonville man accused of stealing donation jars from two area businesses has pleaded guilty to the charges.
Twenty-five-year-old Dustin Dawson of the 4-hundred block of West Greenwood was charged with theft under for taking the jars from a Huck’s gas station and the Jacksonville Taco Bell. He was ordered to pay $230 in restitution on top of a $510 fine.
Dawson was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to serve one year of probation.