Methamphetamine Case in Hot Springs County Ends in Jail Sentence

Written by on April 29, 2019

The Thermopolis Independent Record reports last Monday, April 15th, Tiphanie Reynolds received multiple prison sentences from Judge Bobbi Overfield — many of which were suspended for probation — on charges stemming from an August 2018 incident.
Reynolds received a sentence of two to four years, served concurrently on each of three felony counts of child endangerment, exposure to meth. Those charges were suspended and Reynolds was given three years of supervised probation.
She was also sentenced to two to four years for felony possession of meth, served consecutively. Again, the prison time was suspended for an additional three years probation.
On a fifth charge of misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine, she received a sentence of time served. On the final charge of conspiracy to deliver meth, she received a prison term of six to 10 years, though under the provisions of a split sentence she will serve one year in Hot Springs County Jail with 82 days credit for time already served.

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