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Quincy woman headed to prison for tying up kids at knife point

Oceaner B. Saulsberry Oceaner B. Saulsberry
QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) - A Quincy woman who admitted to tying up three kids at knife point was sentenced Monday to prison time.

According to court records, Oceaner B. Saulsberry was sentenced to 8 years in prison by Circuit Judge Scott Walden. Saulsberry pleaded guilty to armed violence and aggravated battery back in February.

Adams County Sheriff's deputies were called out to the 1500 block of Zellerman Avenue last July after a call reporting an altercation between Saulsberry and another woman. The deputies determined three kids were previously tied up and Saulsberry was holding them against their will.

(Read "Quincy woman arrested after incident at mobile home park")

The juveniles were later located near the residence uninjured and were turned over to their guardian.
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