Twenty years in prison. That’s the sentence an Oskaloosa man has received for distribution of meth resulting in death. 28-year-old Cody James Vancenbrock was sentenced Thursday (7/29) for his role in the August 2019 death of Ashley Shafer of Oskaloosa. Prosecutors say Vancenbrock intentionally injected meth into Shafer’s arm in an Oskaloosa apartment. After she died, Vancenbrock and another person carried Shafer’s body out of the apartment and dumped her body into the Skunk River in rural Mahaska County. Shafer’s body was discovered two days later. When he’s out of prison, Vancenbrock will have to pay restitution, serve five years of supervised release and pay $100 to the Crime Victims Fund.