Donna Doniphan convicted of methamphetamine possession
DONIPHAN, Neb. (Nebraska) – A Doniphan woman was sentenced Wednesday to nearly six years in prison without parole for possession of 50 grams of methamphetamine.
He will also lose $6,000 in US currency. The seized money came from his drug activities.
Once released from prison, 36-year-old Stacy Lynn Delamotte will serve four years on probation, the US attorney’s office said.
On March 24, 2021, Grand Island Police responded to a reported shoplifting in Menards. Delamotte tried to hide items in a box to avoid having to pay and fled on foot in front of authorities.
Officers found her car in the Menards parking lot after reviewing surveillance video that showed Delamotte stepping out of the driver’s seat of a 2013 Chrysler 300.
A search warrant for the vehicle was issued after police towed Delamotte’s car. Officers found about a gram of methamphetamine on the passenger seat and a backpack. The backpack contained two more ounces of meth, a digital scale, and a small bag with an extra ounce of meth.
Investigators were able to access the locked glove compartment and recovered the $6,000.
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