A woman who was arrested in connection with a meth lab in a Cleveland, Tn., motel has been sentenced to serve 57 months in federal prison.
Delia Shantae Neyman appeared before Federal Judge Sandy Mattice.
Agens of the 10th District Judicial Task Force said they obtained information that meth was being cooked in a room at the Lincoln Inn. After noticing suspicious behavior around room 253 they decided to do a "knock and talk."
It was found that Ms. Neyman and Randall Allen were staying in the room.
The agents were given permission to search and found meth making items in that room and an adjoining room.
Ms. Neyman admitted buying pseudophedrine pills and other meth-making materials. Agents said records showed she bought 92 grams of pseudophedrine.
Randall earlier was ordered to serve 87 months in federal prison.