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Third person sentenced for Dubuque meth fire

According to the United States Attorney's Office Northern District of Iowa, Dawn Richey of Dubuque, age 36, will spend less than six years in federal prison after a meth fire in Dubuque.

Richey is the third person convicted for the February 2012 meth fire on Windsor Avenue near Audubon Elementary School.

The attorney's office says no one was injured, but a child was in the house at the time.

Richey was sentenced to 70 months in prison after pleading guilty to aiding and abetting the attempted manufacture of methamphetamine near a school. Richey will also have to pay $142,062.41 in restitution to the owner of the Windsor residence that she had been renting. She must also serve a six-year term of supervised release after the prison term

Julie Uhrig and Nickolas Clark are already serving federal prison time for this same fire. Uhrig was sentenced to 136 months, and Clark was sentenced to 33 months.

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