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Eau Claire woman going to federal prison in meth case

(WQOW) – An Eau Claire woman will spend more than 11 years in federal prison for conspiring to distribute meth.

That sentence was handed down to Sara Sullivan.

According to the DOJ, Sullivan, along with Christopher Anstice and his son Tyler Stratton-Anstice went to a meth supplier in Colorado Springs and bought three pounds of meth in December of last year. The next day they drove it to Eau Claire.

Anstice and Stratton-Anstice were each sentenced to 10 years in prison earlier this month.

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley joined the News 18 team in August 2006. He is currently the Executive Producer.

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