Amber Twp. woman sent back to prison for drug possession. 

February 5, 2022

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Amber Twp. woman sent back to prison for drug possession. 

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By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

LUDINGTON — An Amber Township woman was sentenced to prison for drug charges earlier this week in 51st Circuit Court. Jenna Dianne Myers, 28, of 1245 N. LaSalle Rd. will serve 366 days to 15 years for possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamines/ecstasy and possession of a narcotic (narcotic/cocaine), habitual offender – second offense. 

Myers was arrested Sept. 12, 2021 by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/ecstasy), possession of a controlled substance (narcotic/cocaine), and fourth offense habitual offender.

In 2015, Myers was sentenced 366 days to four years in prison for possession of analogues and a probation violation, also in Mason County.  She served 22 months of that sentence in prison. 

Myers was sentenced on June 22, 2021 to one year probation for possessing contraband in jail/prison; Myers had been arrested and jailed by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office for shoplifting on July 29, 2020. 

During Myer’s 2015 sentencing Judge Susan K. Sniegowski noted that Myers had five prior misdemeanor and one felony conviction. The judge said that Myers had “multiple” probation violations and revoked her probation.

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