Allison Marie Osborne of Gillette was sentenced by Judge John Fenn in Fourth Judicial District Court in Buffalo Monday after pleading guilty to two counts of delivery of prescription medication.
According to a media release from Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Ken DeCock, Osborne’s charges resulted from an investigation that began in February of 2011, when the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department received reports of drug transactions occurring at the Red Eagle Convenience Store in Buffalo.
The investigation lead to the discovery of store video capturing Osborne delivering prescription medications to a teller at the convenience Store.
Osborne was charged with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance. As part of a plea agreement, Osborne pleaded guilty to two counts of delivery of prescription medications. On Count I, delivery of a Schedule II stimulant, Osborne was sentenced to five to eight years in prison, which was suspended in favor of eight years of probation. On Count IV, delivery of a Schedule IV depressant, Osborne was sentence to eighteen to twenty four months in prison, suspended in favor of 24 months of probation.
Counts II and III were dismissed as part of the agreement.
From the same investigation, Krystal Marie Doyle of Buffalo was also sentenced Monday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Buffalo by after pleading guilty to one count of delivery of prescription medication.
As part of a plea agreement, she pleaded guilty to one count of delivery of a Schedule II stimulant. Judge John Fenn sentenced Doyle to five to eight years in prison, which was suspended in favor of five years of probation.