Probationary sentence for church burglar
A young woman who admitted burglarizing a Seneca church and vandalizing an apartment near Walhalla has a second chance to straighten out her life. Kelsey Leann Woodring pleaded guilty yesterday afternoon to burglary and vandalism. The judge suspended a 10-year prison term to 62 days’ credit in jail awaiting trial, and probation for five years. The 23-year old Woodring told Judge Scott Sprouse she has had a drug addiction since the age of 18. And her lawyer, Wilson Burr, said his client wants to be rehabilitated. Noting that Woodring is the mother of a child and is in need of becoming employable, Sprouse made studying for the GED a condition of her sentence.