MADISON COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) — A Madison County couple appeared in court Thursday on the charges they are facing for allegedly serving alcohol to minors.
Police charged Anne and Michael Dulske with several misdemeanors after they were accused of violating the Social Host Law about two years ago.
The county prosecutor tells WJTV that Anne Dulske pleaded guilty to all eight counts she was facing. There is also a $1,000 fine associated with each count. Her 90 days of jail time was suspended. She will have to do 10 hours of community service for each count she is facing.
The eight counts her husband was facing was remanded in court. The prosecutor said that no one could place him awake in the home when the teens were allegedly drinking.
The Dulskes were arrested in 2014. They were accused of being home while minors were there consuming alcohol. Under Mississippi’s Senate Bill 2957, it is illegal for anyone to knowing severe alcohol to minors.
The prosecutor said the children told authorities that they brought the alcohol into the home and that the adults did not provide it for them.