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Ludington woman gets 2 months jail, 6 months tether, for accessory after fact, meth possession

Mara Lynn Wittlieff, 20, 504 E. Fifth Street, Ludington, was sentenced to two months jail up front and six months tether on an 11-month jail sentence for accessory after the fact and possession of methamphetamine in 51st Circuit Court on Tuesday. Wittlieff's plea agreement called for not more than 11 months jail. Comments (0)

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