Jail Sentence Handed Down For Smuggling Tobacco Into Fox Lake Correctional

(Fox Lake) A Sauk City woman was sentenced to 25 days in jail with work release privileges Wednesday for smuggling chewing tobacco into the Fox Lake Correctional Institution. Caitlin Ludemann entered a no contest plea to felony Deliver Illegal Articles to an Inmate as a Party to a Crime. A one-year jail sentence was imposed and stayed meaning she could end up serving that time if any issues arise during her three years of probation. The 28-year-old was also charged along with her mother, 57-year-old Roxanne Ludemann of Sauk City, who was sentenced in June to one-year in jail and 36 months of parole. The two were caught placing the contraband inside a bag of potato chips in August during a visit. Authorities recorded a phone conversation with the inmate discussing the smuggling operation.