Lamey Sentenced On Drug Charges
Elizabeth May Lamey has been sentenced for felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs by District Judge David Cybulski.
During a sentencing hearing held Sept. 20, Lamey was sentenced to the Montana Department of Corrections for three years with none of those years suspended. She must also pay a $1,000 fine.
Charges for criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle were dismissed.
According to court documents, Wolf Point police conducted a vehicle search on Jan. 4. Lamey was in the vehicle’s passenger seat.
During that search, police found a black backpack that contained a digital scale with white residue on it. The substance field tested positive for methamphetamine.
In a brown backpack, there was a plastic bag with four white oval pills labeled with “D24,” a small silver can with a white crystal rock and eight capped syringes with needles. The white crystal rock was field tested and tested positive for methamphetamine. The pills were identified as Gabapentin.