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Woman pleads guilty to chemical endangerment

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Dixie Lee Coffman confessed to using meth two days before her child was born in April 2011. Dixie Lee Coffman confessed to using meth two days before her child was born in April 2011.
JACKSON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

A Jackson County woman is ordered to serve a year and a half behind bars after her newborn baby tested positive for methamphetamine.

Thirty-two-year-old Dixie Lee Coffman's 10 year sentence was suspended in lieu of serving the 18 months for her guilty plea to chemical endangerment of a child charge.

Scottsboro Police said Coffman confessed to using meth two days before her child was born in April 2011.

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