Vansant did manage to get two of those five years suspended and she must serve 30 days with benefit of parole.
Once she is released from the Department of Corrections, she will have to participate in an inpatient treatment plan and then a outpatient treatment plan not to exceed 12 months.
The court ordered Vansant’s vehicle be seized and sold at public auction. She will be also be incarcerated at home after serving her sentence in prison. In the future, she is ordered not to drive any vehicle that does not have an intoxilyzer installed.
When she on home arrest, she can not consume any alcohol.
Other sentences issued in Abbeville:
• Corie Williams was ordered to serve 10 years at hard labor without benefit of parole on the charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
• Arnold Paul Brown received a three-year suspended sentence after pleading no contest to one count of carnal knowledge of a juvenile. He had three counts against him, but two were dropped for the plea.
• Regis Southern received a six-month sentence in the parish jail after pleading no contest to his second DWI. He got all but two days suspended. After serving time, he will be on 12 months probation.
• Eric Levine was sentenced to five years at hard labor on the charge of distribution of hydrocodone.