April 15, 2019 - 1:52 pm - Posted in News

Ashton, Iowa — An Ashton woman has been sentenced to prison by the Iowa District Court in Woodbury County.

26-year-old Nikarra Ashlyn Macmain was sentenced to five-years in prison by District Court Judge Patrick Tott, as part of a plea agreement. According to online court records, Macmain had been charged with ten counts of forgery or theft of a lottery ticket. In consideration of her guilty plea, eight of the charges were dismissed, and she plead guilty to two counts of forgery or theft of a lottery tickets.

According to court records, Macmain’s five-year sentence in the Woodbury County case is to run consecutively to other sentences she has received for crimes in Clay, Dickinson and Palo Alto Counties.

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