Kinmundy Woman Sentenced To Prison In Meth CaseA 27-year-old Kinmundy woman has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison after pleading guilty in Marion County Court to unlawful possession of under five grams of methamphetamine. Nicole Dulaney of Porter Street will be allowed to receive drug counseling while in prison.
Dulaney was arrested February 11th at the home of Harlis and Edgar Atteberry of England Road in rural Kell after Harlis Atteberry's parole agent spotted alleged meth activity. The Marion County Sheriff's Department later recovered two shake and bake meth labs along with finished meth, meth percursers and meth waste. Dulaney allegedly had a small amount of finished meth in her purse.
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