A Billings woman who admitted distributing methamphetamine for Las Vegas suppliers will spend more than seven years in federal prison.
Senior U.S. District Judge Sam Haddon on Wednesday sentenced Corina Moldrem, 28, to seven years and eight months in prison for her guilty plea to a conspiracy count.
Moldrem’s involvement, said prosecutor Jessica Fehr, ran for about a year beginning in 2009. She was among the distributors for brothers Jose Aguilar Jr. and Anjel Aguilar of Las Vegas and helped transport and repackage the drug for distribution, Fehr said.
Moldrem admitted to distributing more than 500 grams, or a little more than a pound, of meth and helping others in the conspiracy.
Moldrem told the judge that the 11 months she had spent in custody in the case had been difficult.
“No way will I ever travel this path again,” she said.
Anjel Aguilar was sentenced last year to a mandatory minimum 10 years in prison. Jose Aguilar got 14 years.