Lufkin woman going to prison for 4 years for meth

Laura Vadelund. Source:
Laura Vadelund. Source:

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Lufkin woman is going to prison for 57 months for her part in a 13-member meth conspiracy ring.

Judge Ron Clark also sentenced Laura Fisher Vadelund, 44, to two years of supervised release.

Vadelund pleaded guilty in November to Count 134 of the indictment, which alleged she purchased pseudeophedrine at a Walgreen's Pharmacy in Lufkin on Nov. 20, 2010, for the purpose of using it to cook meth.

All 13 suspects have pleaded guilty in the case, but only two have been sentenced. Terry Lee Loving, 25, of Lufkin, was sentenced earlier in March to 179 months and Robert Wayne Dillahunty was sentenced in February to 110 months.

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