A Crossville woman was sentenced Wednesday to the Illinois Department of Corrections.
37 year old Kimberly I. Jones received 3 years in the IDC with 2 years of Mandatory Supervised Release for unlawful use of property, a class 2 felony; 3 years in the Department of Corrections and 1 year MSR for possession of methamphetamine, a class 4 felony; and 3 years in the Department of Corrections and 1 year of Mandatory Supervised Release for defrauding a drug screen, a class 4 felony.
Since Jones was on probation for the meth possession offense from 2020 when she picked up the new charges in March of 2021, her probation was revoked with a new sentence to the Illinois Department of Corrections being imposed with the other charges. That resulted in concurrent sentences to the IDC.
The White County Sheriff’s Department was the arresting agency on the original meth charge with the Carmi Police Department the arresting agency on the most recent case. Kimberly Jones was represented by Public Defender Rhonda Blades with Judge T. Scott Webb the presiding judge.