The mother of a Cathedral Catholic High School student was sentenced Friday, Aug. 24, to 11 years, eight months in state prison after admitting she had guided a teen to sell drugs to a network of other students.
“It’s absolutely sickening to the court,” San Diego Superior Court Judge Timothy Walsh said of the actions by Kimberly Dawn Quach, 49.
He imposed the harshest penalty on Quach that was available to him under terms of a plea agreement.
The judge also sentenced Quach’s former boyfriend, William Sipperley, 50, to six years and four months in prison for his role in growing and pricing marijuana products.
“It was a business partnership,” the judge said. “He...