A Tecumseh woman who was among a group of about 40 defendants charged in connection with a 2012 methamphetamine raid in Pottawatomie County has been sentenced to serve prison time.

A Tecumseh woman who was among a group of about 40 defendants charged in connection with a 2012 methamphetamine raid in Pottawatomie County has been sentenced to serve prison time.

Kathryn Ann Boyd, 48, withdrew a previous not guilty plea and entered a guilty plea to charges of conspiracy to distribute controlled dangerous substance and unlawful use of a communication faculty.

She waived a pre-sentenced investigation and was sentenced by Pottawatomie County District Judge John Canavan.

For the first count, she was sentenced to 10 years with the Department of Corrections. She received five years with DOC for the second count, with those sentences running concurrently.

Boyd was among those arrested during a massive methamphetamine raid on June27, 2012, as more than 125 law enforcement officers set out to serve simultaneous arrest warrants in connection with a months-long undercover investigation.

In an unrelated 2012 felony case involving possession of a controlled substance, Boyd pleaded guilty and also was sentenced to 10 years is prison, with that sentence running concurrently with the others.

The judge also heard a motion to revoke case involving Boyd. Previously serving a seven-year suspended sentence for a 2010 case involving unlawful possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, among other charges, Boyd was sentenced in that matter to serve seven years in prison, with the sentence running concurrently with the other cases.

Boyd will remain jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center until she is transferred to a state penitentiary.