A woman who tried to smuggle drugs into Warren County Jail was among those sentenced by Judge Bart Stanley in Circuit Court.
The smuggler, Bridgett Ann Carroll, entered guilty pleas to charges of promoting the manufacture of meth and introduction of contraband into a penal institution. She was sentenced to serve two years in the women’s penitentiary in addition to whatever time she owes the state for violation of parole. She must also undergo a drug and alcohol assessment.
Carroll was caught with the contraband as corrections officers were dressing her in an orange jail outfit getting ready to place her into the general jail population. It was at that point officers found a purple container on her person. Inside the container was white powder and a tongue bar. Carroll had just been arrested on the charge of promoting the manufacture of meth.
In other circuit sentencing action:
• Kimberly B. Woodlee was directed to serve 45 days of an 11-29 sentence and must pay $2,000 plus costs for theft and possession of drugs.
• Michael L. Woodlee was directed to serve 35 days of an 11-29 sentence for second-offense driving on a suspended license and violating his probation for theft of services.
• Lynette Elaine Nichols was given a six-month probationary sentence and must pay $50 plus costs and lose her driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license.
• Courtney D. Martin had his probation revoked and must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on charges of aggravated burglary and burglary of an automobile.
• William Frazier was reported to have received a six-month sentence to serve for two burglaries which included the property of chief deputy Tommy Myers. Frazier actually received a four-year sentence.