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Robinson woman gets sentenced in most recent meth case

Posted by on Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 @ 5:54 pm.

Jennifer Tedford

CRAWFORD CO., Ill. - A Robinson repeat offender has been sentenced in her most recent meth case in Crawford County, and considering she was on probation in another case, this time she’s off for a little stint in IDOC.

Jennifer Tedford, 37, is the woman in question.

Tedford’s arrest on the current charge - Possession of Meth less than 5 grams, a Class 3 felony - came about May 29 of this year. It so happened that it also came about 11 months after Tedford had been placed on two years’ Probation on yet another meth possession charge - a charge which she caught in August of 2017. And it so happened that when she caught the August 2017 charge, she was on Probation from a Domestic Battery Causing Bodily Harm charge dating back to October 2016.

Apparently not one to follow through much on probation revocations, prosecutor Matt Hartrich managed to get a sentence yesterday (Monday, June 17) for Tedford on the most recent meth possession charge of three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, to be followed by a year of parole. In prison math, that means she’ll be out in a year and a half, which isn’t nearly enough time to dry out completely, and which will set her on the road to reoffend here in another year and a half, keeping the IDOC merry-go-round going.

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