Wheaton woman pleads guilty
35-year-old to spend four months in jail for institutional treatment
A Wheaton woman has pleaded guilty to two felony charges stemming from a meth bust in October 2014.
Carrie Intessimone, 35, of Wheaton, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of methamphetamine and first-degree child endangerment, both class C felonies.
She was sentenced to four months in the department of corrections, where she will partake in the institutional treatment program. After the four months ends, she will appear again in Barry County circuit court. The date and time have yet to be set.
Intessimone was arrested in October 2014 after a sting by the Southwest Missouri Drug Task Force, the Barry County Sheriff's Office and the Wheaton Police Department.
Intessimone and 39-year-old Tony Intessimone were allegedly caught manufacturing meth in an apartment at the Blue Ridge Apartment complex, located on Hill Street in Wheaton.
Tony Intessimone is charged with manufacturing meth near a school zone, a class A felony, possession of meth, a class C felony, and first-degree child endangerment, a class C felony.
His last appearance was at a disposition hearing on Tuesday.