SOMERSET — Four members of a Somerset family have received lengthy prison sentences for making methamphetamine, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
Michael Roy Redmond, 49, was sentenced to 240 months in federal prison. His wife, Nanette Redmond, 48, received a 68-month sentence; son Casey, 26, was sentenced to 100 months; and another son, Cornelius, 23, received a 60-month sentence.
A fifth member of the conspiracy, Ami Beckman, 22, was sentenced to 28 months, according to a news release.
The five were sentenced Monday in federal court in London.
Michael Roy Redmond, who had several prior convictions, admitted that he had others buy cold medicine containing pseudoephedrine and used it to make meth, according to court documents.
The five must serve at least 85 percent of their sentences.