Sheridan Woman Sentenced in District Court for Multiple Drug Charges

A 32-year-old Sheridan woman  was sentenced Friday in Fourth Judicial District Court for multiple drug charges. The sentencing for Stormy Redman of Sheridan was conducted virtually and was originally scheduled for February of this year. The delay in sentencing was due to the fact that as part of the plea agreement reached with the State, Redman agreed to testify at trial against her co-defendant in the case, Brandon Hanni, who was found guilty by a jury in August of one count of delivery of a controlled substance – methamphetamine – and one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance – methamphetamine.

In late December last year, Redman, pursuant to terms of a plea agreement reached with the State, pleaded “guilty” to the charges of Delivery of a Controlled Substance- Methamphetamine, and Misdemeanor Possession of a Controlled Substance- Methamphetamine. In exchange for the guilty pleas, the State dismissed the charge of Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance- Methamphetamine.

District Court Judge John Fenn sentenced Redman to 4 to 6 years in prison for the felony charge, suspended, in lieu of three years of supervised probation, and 90 days in jail on the misdemeanor charge, also suspended and concurrent to the sentence for the felony. Judge Fenn ordered Redman to pay $385 in various court costs and fees.



2 Comments

  1. The only thing I took away from this is that I can deal meth, make some money, and if I get caught, a few years probation and a fine less than $400. WHAT IS GOING ON?

  2. This is not the first time her name has been in the paper for the exact same charges. And she just walks?? Again??? Maybe someone should remember these things when it come time to elect some positions of power.

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