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Woman takes plea deal after hosting teen party with alcohol

Kristen Donnelly (Photo Source: Lucas County Jail) Kristen Donnelly (Photo Source: Lucas County Jail)
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A Washington Township mother who gave alcohol to teens at a party has learned her fate.

Kristen Donnelly will spend 60 days on house arrest as part of a plea deal that also includes probation, counseling and a fine.

Donnelly was found guilty of three counts of child endangering charges - one count for each of the teens. Police say some of the kids had to be treated at a hospital after drinking excessive amounts of alcohol.

Donnelly pleaded no contest before the verdict.

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