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Tammi Lyn Klug, 42, of Alexandria was sentenced to more than six years in prison Friday after she was convicted of first-degree controlled substance crimes involving methamphetamine.

Narcotics agents monitored a meth sale that happened on August 14, 2012 at Klug's residence at 1586 Big Horn Bay Road, according to the Douglas County Attorney's Office.

At that time, Klug purchased a large amount of methamphetamine from Troy Carl Anderson. Agents stopped Anderson's vehicle after it had left Klug's home and arrested Anderson and his girlfriend, Barbara Jane Martin.

Martin was in possession of a small amount of meth, according to authorities. Agents then executed a search warrant at Klug's residence and discovered four bags of methamphetamine. Each bag contained about four grams of meth.

Anderson was sentenced in January to 81 months in prison for a second degree controlled substance crime.

Martin has entered a guilty plea to a fifth degree controled substance crime and is currently awaiting sentencing.

Klug was sentenced to 74 months in prison.