Deshawn T. Ingram, 24, of Chicago.

A Chicago man pleaded guilty to drug-induced homicide and was sentenced to six years in prison for selling drugs that killed a 35-year-old Woodstock woman, prosecutors said.

Deshawn T. Ingram, 24, of the 300 block of West 90th Place in Chicago, was indicted on one count of drug-induced homicide, a Class X felony, and unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class 2 felony.

A grand jury indictment alleged that Ingram and a co-defendant sold a controlled substance that contained fentanyl to Jessica Decker, 35, of Woodstock, in August.

The Woodstock Police Department and Woodstock Fire-Rescue District responded on August 20 after Decker was found unresponsive following an apparent overdose, prosecutors said.

Decker was found at a home in the 500 block of East Calhoun Street and was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead, police said at the time.

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Officers found evidence of illegal narcotics in the home and launched an investigation.

The investigation revealed that Ingram and Anier L. Rose-Stovall, 22, of Woodstock, sold the drugs to Decker that led to her death, court documents allege.

Ingram pleaded guilty to one count of drug-induced homicide during a negotiated plea deal approved by McHenry County Judge Michael Coppedge.

In exchange, prosecutors dropped his charge of unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Coppedge sentenced Ingram to six years in the Illinois Department of Corrections on Monday. He must serve 75% of his sentence under truth-in-sentencing guidelines.

Rose-Stovall’s case remains pending in McHenry County court and she is scheduled to appear in court on June 23 for a trial date status hearing.

The investigation was led by Detective Dolan and prosecuted by Judy Shammo of the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.

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