A Lincoln woman who helped a 13-year-old boy sell methamphetamine is going to prison.
A Lancaster County District judge Friday sentenced 20-year-old Tasha Ryan to four-to-eight years in prison for her role in a sale to an undercover officer.
Ryan was arrested last year after a drug task force began investigating reports about the boy selling drugs. She pleaded no contest to attempted aiding and abetting delivery of methamphetamine and to possession of Lorazepam, a controlled substance.
The boy and an unidentified man were also arrested by the task force. Police said the boy was the youngest to have ever been arrested for a drug crime in Lincoln.
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