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UPDATE: Mother of Murdered Boy Pleaded Guilty to Drug Charge

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In this update: The mother of a boy found murdered in Isabella County admitted to a drug charge in Emmet County.

Jaimee Chamberlain pleaded guilty to having marijuana, this week.

In exchange, Chamberlain agreed to testify against two others who, along with her, sold drugs to an undercover officer in a school zone in Petoskey, last month.

Jade Pelcher and Nicholas Bonstelle face a number of drug charges.

Chamberlain's son Carnel was found murdered last summer.

Her former boyfriend, Anthony Bennett, is charged with killing the boy and is awaiting trial.

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