Former Lufkin meth smurf going back to prison for violating term of supervision

Tiffany Stovall (Source: Angelina County Jail)
Tiffany Stovall (Source: Angelina County Jail)

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - After having served 57 months in federal prison for her part in a meth conspiracy case, a Lufkin woman is going back after violating a term of her supervised release.

Tiffany Lorelle Stovall, 26, pleaded "true" to the violation in Judge Keith Giblin's court on Wednesday.

According to court documents, Stovall did not report for a random drug test on July 20.

Stovall pleaded guilty In November 2011 to a charge which alleged she bought pseudeophedrine on Oct. 22, 2010, at a Lufkin CVS Pharmacy, with the intention of it being used to make meth. A practice known in inside circles as "smurfing." She received a 57-month sentence in June 2012, which was followed by a two-year sentence of supervised release.

Giblin sentenced Stovall to a five-month prison sentence, which will be followed by 11 more months of supervised release.

Stovall was one of 13 arrested in the original case.

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