Matherville Woman Placed On First Offender Drug Probation In Meth Case

A Matherville woman has been placed on first offender drug probation after entering a guilty plea to a Class 2 felony meth charge. In exchange for her guilty plea today in Mercer County Circuit Court, Class X and Class 1 felony meth counts have been dismissed against 26 year old Erica Sandusky as well as driving while revoked charges in a separate case.
As part of Sandusky’s 24-months’ probation she must complete a substance abuse evaluation and any recommended treatment. The agreement also includes 30 hours of community service and $500 in fines and court costs. Sandusky was originally arrested in a 2015 meth bust. An arrest warrant has been issued for the co-defendant in the case—23 year old Charles Peacock of Milan stemming from a probation violation.  His whereabouts are unknown.