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Woman gets two years for meth charges
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C. Orellana
MONROE - A former Monroe woman was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday for her role in her family's Cadiz methamphetamine lab in 2014. Christina Lee Orellana, 42, Monfort, pleaded no contest to a Class D felony count of manufacturing methamphetamines and two Class I felony counts of purchasing more than 7.5 grams of pseudoephedrine, a common methamphetamine precursor, within a 30-day period. Orellana was charged in January 2016, shortly after her husband and daughter were arrested in a December police investigation of a meth lab in the 2400 block of Ullom Road, Town of Cadiz.