SHENANDOAH, Iowa — A Shenandoah woman has been sentenced to up to 10 years in prison for selling methamphetamine.

Katherine Elizabeth Lynn, 29, was sentenced Monday in Fremont County District Court. Lynn pleaded guilty to a Fremont County felony charge and a Page County felony charge, both involving the distribution of methamphetamine in Shenandoah.

Lynn will not be eligible for parole until she has served at least one-third of her sentence under Iowa's mandatory minimum sentencing law.

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