Investigation into shooting convicts two on meth charges

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Pair of Bloomfield residents sentenced to 20 years in prison

By Frank Johnson

A shooting that occurred in June at a Nelson County residence near the Hardin County line has resulted in the sentencing of two individuals to 20 years in jail for manufacturing methamphetamine.

Geri Ann Goodlett, 46, Bloomfield, and William Chad Jackson, 24, Bloomfield, pleaded guilty to the charges stemming from the incident and were sentenced Nov. 18. Commonwealth Attorney Terry Geoghegan said the lengthy prison sentences represent the state’s intention to crack down on meth offenders.  

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