Woman Accused of Sex Crimes in Audrain County Sentenced to Fifteen Years

A woman convicted of child sex crimes in Audrain County was sentenced to 15 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections on Thursday, February 29, 2024.

According to a news release from Audrain County Prosecuting Attorney Jacob Shellabarger, 35-year-old Jennifer Huddleston, plead guilty to Sexual Exploitation of a Child and Promotion of Child Pornography, for events occurring in March of 2018 in Audrain and Jefferson Counties.

Huddleston entered her pleas of guilty and admitted she committed the crimes against a female child during the plea hearing on Thursday morning in the Circuit Court of Audrain County with 14th Circuit Judge Scott Hayes.

Huddleston admitted to taking photos of herself abusing a seven-year-old while the girl was sleeping.

Huddleston then sent the photos to William Dahl, who is charged with 24 felonies and two misdemeanors in Audrain and Randolph counties.

Dahl remains in custody pending trial on charges in Audrain and Randolph Counties.

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