School truancy results in jail for another West Michigan mom | MLive.com
By Lynn Moore
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI - Another Muskegon area woman has been sentenced to jail for failing to send her child to school.
The criminal case involving Sherry Lynn McFail, 30, was filed in 2014, but the truancy problems extend back to 2010, said Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat.
The Oakridge school district worked to help McFail get her son, now age 15, to school in 2010 and 2011, Maat said.
Repeated absences and tardies, neglecting to enroll her child in school and failure to show up for a court sentencing resulted in McFail being sentenced to two days in jail. Muskegon County District Judge Raymond Kostrzewa handed down the sentence on March 27
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