A third co-defendant in a meth lab case was sentenced Tuesday in Chippewa County Circuit Court.
Angela Smallman, 23, of Kinchloe will serve a minimum of four years and two months to a maximum of 20 years in prison for Operating a Meth Lab in the Presence of a Minor.
Smallman also had other charges of Maintaining a Meth Lab and Possession of Meth. The sentences will run concurrently.
In April, Smallman’s two co-defendants, Brian Smallman and Joshua Sheber were sentenced.
Brian Smallman was sentenced to a minimum of nine years to a maximum of 30 years for Operating a Meth Lab in the Presence of a Minor. He also had several meth–related charges against him, including a Maintaining a Drug House and Possession of Meth.
Sheber was sentenced to three to twenty years for Operating a Meth Lab and Possession of Meth.
The trio was arrested back in September in a raid by the Straits Area Narcotics Team.