MASON CITY, Iowa – A Mason City woman was sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison for conspiring to deliver methamphetamine.
Brenda Ruehlow, 38, received the prison term after a June 4 guilty plea.
At the plea hearing, Ruehlow admitted her and others conspired to deliver meth in the Mason City area from Jan. 2017 to April of 2017.
A search warrant at Ruehlow’s residence resulted in seizing 444.16 grams of meth, $5,012 cash, $500 in seized electronics and drug paraphernalia.
Ruehlow was sentenced to 121 months in prison.
She must also serve a 5-year term of supervised release after the prison term.
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