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In a plot straight out of a critically acclaimed TV drama-but with an end to be disappointing to the small screen — an Ohio mother-of-five, said that they sold crystal meth to send her child to college, was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Monday.
Janet Gartner, 41, and her boyfriend, Nicholas, Bair’s, 40’s, and were running a drug operation in which they were allowed to sell meth, in Licking County, officials said. But her lawyer pointed out to the mother and not the drug itself, and only sell to them — and that’s what she did to her child.
“They just wanted to sell enough to buy a farm, and we had an offer from the college,” you’re a lawyer, Nicole Churchill, he said. “I don’t think anyone wakes up and says,” You know what, I want to sell it to make meth.'”
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For the holidays, and Bair had to perform the surgery in Licking County, where the couple were caught in the eye of the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force, the Zanesville Times Recorder reported. The researchers engaged in two controlled buys with the couple, and the couple were taken into custody on April 15.
Janet Gartner, 41, was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Monday for selling crystal meth to make enough money to take her child to and from school.
The task force and, later, looking for a farm in Kimbolton, about 90 miles east of Columbus, “in the seizure of more than $160,000 in cash, five kilograms of methamphetamine, and 50 pounds of marijuana, hundreds and hundreds of THC in vape pens, several grams of cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms, two cars, four ATV’s, and three of the guns.”
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Gartner’s lawyer described her as a good, hard-working mom who wanted to be in a position to take care of her children, of Y-City, the News reported. They had five children, and worked as a housekeeper.
“Well, I would consider Jane a friend, and more than just a customer,” mr. Churchill said, in the court of law. “I have visited with her more than that, I have a client in my career. She had been in a serious relationship, domestic violence, and that they can finally see themselves in a couple of years ago. She was a person who was outstanding for her and her family.”
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Churchill said the couple planned in order to save money to buy property, and send a child to school, and then it would stop on the alleged drug trafficking activity.
“They would have to have been something that they’ve never had before,” the lawyer said. “I do believe her when she says it’s over, it’s over.”
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Judge Mark Fleegle sentenced for the Holidays 11 years in prison on Monday and ordered her to pay a $10,000 fine. He said: “Gartner’s actions have destroyed the lives of the people.
“It will never be able to be built up in my mind,” said Fleegle.
Bair is scheduled to make a plea deal on drug charges in the month of November.