LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Lufkin woman who has pleaded guilty to a federal meth charge is back in custody after agreeing to serve out the term before her sentencing.
Court documents show Holly Linnea Vadelund, 21, turned herself in to authorities on Feb. 20 after the US Probation Office alleged that she did not comply with the conditions of her release.
On Tuesday, US Magistrate Judge Keith Giblin signed an order denying the probation office's motion to revoke her bond, due to her having already agreed to serve out the term.
Vadelund pleaded guilty in November to her part in a 13-member federal meth conspiracy case. Vadelund pleaded guilty to Count 105, which alleges she purchased pseudeophedrine on May 21, 2010, at a Lufkin Walgreen's, for the purpose of it being used to make meth.
The 12 co-defendants have also pleaded guilty in the case.
While court documents show the presentence investigation report is complete for Vadelund, she has not yet had a sentencing date set. She faces up to 20 years in federal prison on the offense.