Three people on Friday were sentenced in Saline County Court on charges of meth possession.
According to a news release from Saline County State's Attorney Jayson M. Clark, Sekahr McAllister, 41, of Harrisburg, pleaded guilty on Friday to a Class X felony charge of methamphetamine possession, and was sentenced to eight years in the Illinois Department of Corrections followed by three years of mandatory supervised release. McAllister was charged Sept. 28 after he was alleged to have been found with 155 grams of meth.
Jennifer R. Lauby, 31, of Paducah, will serve five years in the IDOC and one year of mandatory supervised release after pleading guilty on Friday to a Class 3 felony charge of methamphetamine possession. Lauby was charged Sept. 18 after a shoplifting incident in which it was alleged she possessed less than five grams of meth.
Carrie A. Graham, 29, of Harrisburg, on Friday pleaded guilty to a Class 3 felony charge of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced to three years in IDOC and one year of mandatory supervised release. Graham was charged in 2016 after a traffic stop in which it was alleged Graham possessed less than five grams of meth.
— The Southern