An Anadarko woman was sentenced Friday to serve three years in prison for federal methamphetamine charges after a failed drug test revealed she'd been using a synthetic drug while awaiting sentencing.
Norma Jean Lone Lodge, 26, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge David L. Russell to serve 36 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, distribution of methamphetamine and maintaining a drug premises in Caddo County, said Sanford C. Coats, United States Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma.
According to court records, from March 27 through May 1, Lone Lodge and Craig Hal Nenaikita, 24, from Oklahoma City, used a house at 30151 U.S. 271, located north of Anadarko in Caddo County, to receive, store, and distribute methamphetamine. During the course of the conspiracy, Lone Lodge and Nenaikita sold methamphetamine on multiple occasions to an informant, Coats said. The pair were indicted July 10.
Lone Lodge pleaded guilty Aug. 30 to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, distribution of methamphetamine and maintaining a drug premises, according to court records. Previously, on July 25, Lone Lodge was released to the Carver Center in Oklahoma City to complete residential drug treatment while awaiting sentencing and ordered to refrain from any use of drugs, Coats said.