Casper Woman Accused of Involvement in Meth Trafficking Ring
A 48-year-old woman could face two decades in prison if convicted of working with a group which allegedly sold methamphetamine in Casper area as well as Riverton.
Kelly Ann Stanley, 48, is charged with one count of conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine. A conviction could carry a maximum 20-year prison sentence and a $25,000 fine.
In January, a special agent with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation spoke with a confidential source and was told Stanley was working as a "runner" for 31-year-old Donald Ray McIntosh, who was allegedly working with 39-year-old Michael Ross to run a meth ring.
Stanley allegedly sold meth for the men.
McIntosh and Ross reportedly had handguns with them at all times. McIntosh allegedly gave guns to his runners in order to protect the meth and the money.
One alleged co-conspirator sold four to five pounds of meth in the Casper area from November through December, according to court documents.
The investigation led agents to search a house on North Lincoln Street which evidently was tied to several ongoing DCI investigations.
Agents reportedly found methamphetamine and a gun found inside a lockbox, a discovery which court documents say is directly related to the meth ring allegedly run by McIntosh and Ross.
Also accused of involvement in the meth ring are Kristine Lynn Fischer, 30, and Jolynn Ophelia Gardner, 22. They each face one conspiracy charge and could each spend up to 20 years in prison if convicted.