Hannibal woman sentenced in Marblehead meth bust
A Hannibal woman arrested after selling methamphetamine to an undercover agent near Marblehead is now headed to prison.
April Darnell,29, pleaded guilty to methamphetamine delivery in Adams County court Thursday.
She's sentenced to four years in the Department of Corrections with a credit for 15 days previously served.
Darnell was one of three Missouri residents arrested last September after police say they found a loaded handgun and drugs in their car.
She faced two other counts of drug trafficking but they were dismissed.
The two other people arrested with her, Cameron Carothers and Paula Schwieter have already been sentenced.