FOREST CITY, Iowa – A Lake Mills woman has gotten probation for pot.
36-year-old Natalie Kristine Dann was charged with child endangerment and five drug crimes in May 2017. Authorities say she sold marijuana twice in April and a search of her home found medications without prescriptions. She was also accused of acting in a way that created a substantial risk to her seven-year-old son.
Dann pleaded guilty to one count of delivery of marijuana. She has been sentenced to three years of probation.
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