(Shenandoah) A Page county woman may not serve jail time for her part in the sexual abuse of minors following her sentencing in Fremont District Court.
According to the Omaha World Herald, 38-year Jennifer Stogdill, of Shenandoah pleaded guilty to compounding a felony for her connection to her husband’s abuse of a then 15-year-old girl, in 2009.
District Court Judge Kathleen Kilnoski sentenced Stogdill this week to one year in jail, then suspended the jail term and placed her on unsupervised probation.
Fremont County Attorney James Burger says conditions of the probation are not final. He says if Stogdill violates the probation terms or breaks the law, the probation could be revoked.
In a plea agreement, the Feds agreed not to prosecute Stogdill in exchange for her plea agreement in district court.
Her husband, Tony Stogdill faces up to 17-years in prison for the rape of the girl in 2009.
November 30, 2013