A Morgan County woman gets seven years for consuming meth near her children.
Stacey Hall, 48, of Gravois Mills plead guilty in June to possession of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child.
She was sentenced today to a total of seven years in prison, although the judge suggested she be considered for 120 days of shock incarceration.
It was last September when deputies served a search warrant at the camper Hall shared with her husband, Douglas. During a search, deputies encountered fleas throughout the camper and found both meth and drug paraphernalia within access of the children.
Douglas Hall is scheduled for trial in September.