Krystal Kenney’s 3-year sentence has been thrown out. She’s the Idaho nurse convicted of tampering with evidence in the murder of Woodland Park mother Kelsey Berreth. The district court panel determined Kenney was erroneously sentenced outside the presumptive maximum term. According to the State Court Of Appeals the sentence was twice as long as it should have been for the crime she committed. Kenney has served 13 months of her sentence so far. The normal penalty for her crime is 12 to 18 months in jail. Because of time served there’s a chance she could be released immediately. A judge will determine a new sentence.