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Quincy woman alleged to be making meth pleads guilty to lesser charges


A Quincy woman who was allegedly making meth with a minor in the home pled guilty to lesser charges Wednesday in court.

According to court records, Carol Franklin pled guilty to possession of meth and meth precursors. Franklin was originally charged with two counts aggravated meth manufacturing along with the possession of meth charge.

Authorities say Franklin and 48-year-old Rodney Rankin were arrested Aug. 14 after members of the West Central Illinois Task Force searched a residence at 928 Jefferson. Officers found liquid meth and items used in a shake and bake meth lab.

(Read "Authorities find child living in Quincy apartment with meth lab")

Officers also reported a child was living in the residence.

Rankin is scheduled to go to jury trial Jan. 13.

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