Sauk City Woman Sentenced For Smuggling Tobacco Into Fox Lake Correctional

(Fox Lake) A Sauk City woman was sentenced Friday to one year in jail with work release privileges for smuggling chewing tobacco into the Fox Lake Correctional Institution. Roxanne Ludemann pled no contest in April to one felony count of Delivering Illegal Articles to an Inmate. The 57-year-old was 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. The woman’s daughter, 28-year-old Caitlin Ludemann, is also facing the same felony charges for her alleged role and she has a jury trial scheduled to begin on July 18. In addition to jail, Ludemann was placed on parole for 36 months.