A woman who admitted making numerous trips to Atlanta to pick up large quantities of meth has been sentenced to serve eight years in federal prison.
Amanda Tindell appeared before Judge Sandy Mattice.
She earlier pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams of meth or more.
Authorities said on June 16, 2016, she and Derek Cagley delivered four grams of meth to an individual who was working with the Bradley County Sheriff's Office. The pair was stopped and $13,000 in cash confiscated from them.
On Sept. 14, 2016, law enforcement stopped a car that had just left the residence that Ms. Tindell shared with Cagley. The driver said he had just purchased 3.5 grams of meth from them. Officers searched the residence and found one-eighth ounce of meth and $12,000 cash.
On Nov. 18, 2016, Ms. Tindell and Cagley were found in a room at the Read House with Michael Hensley. Officers who searched the room found 232 grams of meth and $25,000 cash. Authorities said $18,900 of the cash was found on Cagley.
Ms. Tindell will be on supervised release for four years after getting out of prison.