Hutchinson woman sentenced to about 13 years in meth bust
July 24, 2020
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A Hutchinson woman was sentenced to almost 13 years in prison for what the Reno County District Attorney called the largest methamphetamine bust in the county during his 19 years in office.
Jennie Rebecca Wallace, 46, was sentenced Thursday after authorities found a 5-pound package of meth in her home in January. She also was convicted of making at least two drug sales from her home, The Hutchinson News reported.
Wallace's attorney argued for a shorter sentence but District Attorney Tom Stanton noted that Wallace had two previous drug convictions.