Antigo's drug "kingpin" as stated by Langlade County District Attorney Ralph Uttke, was sentenced today in court.
Lindsay L. Hodges, 31, of South Hudson Street, received a six month jail term with three years probation for two out of the three charges she pled to. The jail term with probation was ordered for manufacturing or delivering marijuana. Three years probation was ordered for manufacturing or delivering amphetamine. That term runs concurrent. Charges of maintaining a drug trafficking place, manufacturing or delivering amphetamine and manufacturing or delivering marijuana were dismissed.
It is also stated in the court record that if Hodges goes into labor she may be released from jail with any balance to be used by probation for rules violations.
In a news story when the initial arrest occurred, DA Uttke was quoted as saying Hodges South Hudson Street home was the "number one drug house in the county". It was also stated that more than a dozen controlled buys were made with a confidential informant. In a search of the home, items found included an assault rifle, piles of pills and paraphernalia. Four vehicles had been impounded in connection with the case.