A Kincaid woman was sentenced to 11 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections on Friday as part of a negotiated plea. Cynthia R. Karrick pleaded guilty to one 2019 charge of methamphetamine delivery, and one 2018 charge of possession of meth under 5 grams. Karrick also had her probation revoked and terminated unsuccessfully from a 2017 charge of possession of meth under 5 grams. Judge Brad T. Paisley sentenced Karrick to 9 years for meth delivery plus 2 years supervised release with 145 days already served. Karrick was also sentenced to 2 years for the 2018 charge and one year mandatory supervised release with 55 days served. The max charge that Karrick could have received was 4-30 years. Judge Paisley said that Karrick could be eligible for parole in 5 ½ years. Karrick will also have to pay all fines and court fees.