FOREST CITY, Iowa – A Winnebago County woman facing multiple drug charges is pleading guilty.
35-year-old Natalie K. Dann of Lake Mills was charged in May with two counts of delivery of marijuana, two counts of unlawful possession of a prescription drug, sponsoring a gathering where controlled substances are used, and child endangerment. Authorities say she sold marijuana on two occasions in April, that a search of her home found two medications without prescriptions, and that Dann behaved in a way that created a substantial risk to her seven-year-old son.
On Tuesday, Dann entered a guilty plea to one count of delivery of marijuana. Her sentencing is scheduled for February 27.
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