The Quincy woman arrested on drug charges at the home of former Adams County Drug Court leader John Grotts was sentenced to prison Tuesday morning.
Judge Scott Walden sentenced Devin C. Lawton, 35, to seven years in prison after she plead guilty earlier this month to possession of methamphetamine and possession of meth precursors. A meth manufacturing charge was dropped by prosecutors as part of the plea agreement.
Lawton was arrested back in April along with former probation officer and drug court mentor John Grotts at his Ursa home.
Grotts is facing a federal charge of maintaining a drug-involved premises and is scheduled to go to trial August 6.
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