Mom Sentenced to Probation on Drug Charge
Court records state that Allison Kircher used her toddler to help facilitate drug deals in Waukesha.
A 25-year-old mother who was accused of dealing drugs with her toddler will spend three years on probation after she pleaded guilty to a felony drug charge Thursday.
Allison Kircher, of Okauchee, is ordered to perform 20 hours of community service and to not possess any credit cards or financial cards. She also has to maintain full-time school or employment, not possess or use alcohol or drugs, comply with juvenile court orders and take a financial course. The court will reserve right for the record to be expunged, according to the online court records.
Kircher was accused of having her toddler hand the drugs to a confidential informant working with the Waukesha Police Department, according to a criminal complaint.
In exchange for her guilty plea to felony possession of narcotic drugs, five other felony charges – including using a child to distribute drugs – were dismissed but read-in. Because they were read-in, the judge was able to consider the circumstances in those charges while constructing the sentence.
Five felony financial-related charges were dismissed for a separate case after she was accused of stealing a woman’s check card at the Waukesha County Jail and making more than $800 in purchases at area stores with the card. Kircher is ordered to pay restitution to the victim in that case as a term of her probation.