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20, 2017 -- Wendy Kennedy, 39, of Beaver Dams, NY, who was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine, was sentenced Tuesday to 24 months in prison by Chief U. Wendy Kennedy permitted her brother to manufacture methamphetamine at this location, and the defendant used that location to sell methamphetamine to others." In addition to Scott and Wendy Kennedy, defendants Jared Mendez and Terry Champion have also been convicted and sentenced. Between July 2015 and October 2015, Jared Mendez stole anhydrous ammonia and sold it to Kennedy. "During that time," a press release noted, "defendant personally manufactured large amounts of methamphetamine at his home at 44 Campground Road in the Town of Catlin and on the property maintained by his sister, Wendy Kennedy, at 2200 County Route 19 in the Town of Dix." Kennedy, the release said, "also received assistance from numerous co-conspirators who provided him with supplies with the intent that he would use those supplies to manufacture methamphetamine.Thank you to every person who prayed for my recovery; you are a part of every step I have taken these last 10 years. With my mother gone, my father was left to manage the house and my siblings. [email protected] to The Odessa File ELMIRA, Sept.Without skipping a beat, the community stepped in to help ensure there was always food prepared and available. 17, 2017 -- Odessa-Montour 1998 graduate Shane Ricci has authored and published his first book, “A Coach’s Connection.” He will be holding a book-signing event at the Arnot Mall on Saturday, September 30 from p.m. His book will be available for sale at the event, or can be purchased ahead of time on or at Barnes and Noble. Hartford, who handled the case, said that between June 2012 and May 4, 2016, the defendant provided her brother and co-conspirator Scott Kennedy with equipment and materials, including pseudoephedrine, with the knowledge and intent that her brother would use them to manufacture methamphetamine.During a search of the vehicle, officers located the pseudoephedrine pills. Lunch was also available for purchase, as were baked goods. Kids worked on Chrismas projects in Santa's Workshop. James' Episcopal Church attracted a steady stream of people to its Holiday Bazaar, held in the Friendship Hall on 6th Street in Watkins Glen.