A Tacoma woman who participated in a massive fraud that ensnared dozens of solders from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and victimized her own grandmother was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison.
But Jannie Lee got a break when Superior Court Judge Thomas Larkin ruled she was eligible for a special sentencing alternative available to drug addicts. Under the alternative, she can qualify for release after serving five years. Authorities would use the remaining five years as leverage to ensure Lee remains drug and crime free.
“It certainly is disheartening to everyone that you victimized your own grandmother, who is a …