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Robertsdale Woman Sentenced To Serve 10 Years In Prison For Distributing Methamphetamine Ice

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 7, 2014

Kenyen  R.  Brown,  United  States  Attorney  for  the  Southern  District  of  Alabama announced that Lacey Lynn Freeman, age 49, of Robertsdale, Alabama, was sentenced today by Chief United States District Judge William H. Steele to serve 120 months in federal prison in connection with her guilty plea to two counts involving her possession with intent to distribute 98% pure methamphetamine, commonly known as “ice”.  The 120- month sentence was the mandatory minimum sentence required by federal statute.

This case was investigated by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Homeland Security. The case was prosecuted by Donna B. Dobbins of the United States Attorney=s Office for the Southern District of Alabama.

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