Judge Alonzo Harris imposed sentence in 27th District Court on Tuesday morning, noting that the intended victims in the case requested home incarceration provided certain, unrevealed conditions were met.
Glynis Fournerat was arrested in October 2009 after attempting to hire an undercover St. Landry Parish deputy to kill Logan Fournerat and Lori Beth Johnson.
Harris noted he was deviating from provisions of the criminal code to impose his sentence.
“The suspension mandate is not applicable and the court will deviate,” he said, noting Glynis Fournerat is a first-time felon “who is truly remorseful for her actions and the possibility of it happening again is minimal.”
Under his conditions, she must wear an ankle bracelet monitor and cannot leave the house except for any scheduled civil or criminal court appearances and for medical emergencies.
Where she lived was not stipulated. She resided in University Place prior to her arrest.
Her visitors during the three years are limited to her three children and immediate family.
She was sentenced to 10 years on each count, to run concurrently, with six years suspended, of the four remaining one is to be served in the parish jail, with credit for time served since her arrest, and completed before the house arrest begins.
Glynis Fournerat is awaiting sentencing on an aggravated burglary charge in Acadia Parish.
A 10-year cap was stipulated when a pre-sentence investigation was ordered in July.