Second Meth Dealer Pleads Guilty to Selling in St. Cloud Area
ST. CLOUD -- A Sauk Rapids woman has pleaded guilty to selling large amounts of methamphetamine to undercover officers last fall.
Twenty-six-year-old Kayla Derosier pleaded guilty to four felony counts of 1st-degree drug sales of 17 grams or more of meth within a 90-day period and two felony charges of 2nd-degree drug sales of 10 grams or more of narcotics, other than heroin, within a 90-day period.
Court records show undercover officers bought methamphetamine from Derosier and 29-year-old Cory Spiegel on several occasions in August and September.
The two were arrested after a search warrant uncovered more than $3,500 in cash, multiple cell phones, paraphernalia and meth inside a backpack.
Spiegel admitted to being involved with Derosier selling drugs and detailed how she would get one-ounce packages of meth and divide it up for sale in smaller quantities. He was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for his role.
Derosier will be sentenced July 19th.