Iowa City mom accused of providing alcohol to toddler sentenced Monday


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An Iowa City mother was sentenced Monday to a suspended 10-year prison term after being accused with providing her toddler with alcohol.

Natasha Kriener was accused of felony neglect and felony child endangerment in connection with the incident.

Because of the time she has already served, she will not be required to serve any additional time so long as she doesn’t violate her three-year probation term.  Her prison sentence would become active if she violates her probation.

According to police, Kriener’s blood-alcohol content was .251 on Feb. 15, 2012, the night of the incident. The victim’s father reportedly found the child and took him to a doctor, who reportedly found the child had a blood-alcohol content of .097, The Daily Iowan has previously reported.

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