McLEANSBORO, Ill. — A McLeansboro, Ill., woman was sentenced to prison in connection with the discovery March 30 of a suspected meth lab at a home in McLeansboro.

Sheri Horn, 46, pleaded guilty Thursday in Hamilton County Circuit Court in McLeansboro to a felony charge of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. She received a three year prison sentence.

In return for the guilty plea, State’s Attorney Justin Hood dropped a number of other pending meth-related charges. Horn’s co-defendant, Sean Metcalf, 47, remains in the White County jail at Carmi on a formal charge of unlawful participation in the manufacture of methamphetamine.

If convicted of the most serious of the offenses, a felony charge of participation in meth manufacturing, Metcalf faces up to 15 years in prison.—09a0xmethplea-brf/

  1. Jon metcalf says:

    How does the woman who solely owns the home get off on only a possesion charge? This is wrong, she should go down for the 15 years