Grandmother placed on tether for supplying grandson with meth materials

September 15, 2015

Jacqueline Towers with her attorney, Al Swanson, Jr.

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 63-year-old grandmother was ordered to serve 30 days on a tether in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, Sept. 15, for supplying materials for her grandson to make meth.

Jacqueline Kay Towers, who now lives in Jackson but was residing in Custer at the time she was arrested by the State, Sheriffs’, Chiefs’ Enforcement of Narcotics Team (SSCENT) last May for ephedrine/pseudoephedrine – purchase to make meth.

Towers bought the substances for her grandson, Travis Shaull, said her attorney Al Swanson, Jr.

Restitution of $1,625 to her landlord is joint and several with Shaull, and is reserved.

Towers was ordered to 90 days discretionary jail with 30 days on a tether and serve two days of jail up front with credit for two days served.

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