A 22-year-old Wymore woman has been imprisoned after failing in a program designed to help people overcome drug problems.
Online court records say Samantha Gose was sentenced on Wednesday to 20 to 60 months for possession of methamphetamine.
She'd been charged in a 2009 case. She then was enrolled in the Southeast Nebraska Drug Court instead of facing prison time.
Authorities say Gose was discharged from the program in September after being arrested on a charge of domestic assault.
Judge Paul Korslund noted Wednesday that Gose failed drug tests in 2010 and routinely missed other random drug tests.
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