The two people accused of human trafficking in Oak Grove pleaded guilty to amended, lesser charges Wednesday in Christian Circuit Court.
Stanley McMeeken and Cecilia Slade were both indicted on charges of human trafficking in relation to them being in the company of a 15-year old female juvenile who had been reported missing in Georgia in December. Circuit Judge Andrew Self read McMeeken his charges, including the amended human trafficking charge down to custodial interference, which he entered a guilty plea to.
Slade also pled guilty to custodial interference, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. She additionally pled guilty to possession of marijuana, so her sentence comes with a recommended 5 year sentence.
McMeeken was granted release from jail pending final sentencing, which was set for December 12. Slade is already out of custody on an ankle monitor.