Woman Sentenced to Federal Prison in Northwest Iowa Drug Case

Sioux City, Iowa — A woman from the state of Nevada has been sentenced to serve time in prison in a federal drug case with northwest Iowa connections.

The US Attorney’s office tells us 50-year-old Sabrina Bradley was sentenced Wednesday in Sioux City Federal Court to three-and-a-half years in prison for Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine. Bradley pleaded guilty to the charge this past September. She admitted to being involved in an operation that transported at least four pounds of methamphetamine from Nevada to the Cherokee and Council Bluffs areas.

Bradley is in the custody of a U.S. Marshal pending transport to a federal prison.

(Courtesy fellow Community First Broadcasting station KAYL in Storm Lake)


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