Four members of a Somerset family have been sentenced in federal court for their roles in a meth conspiracy.
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, 49-year-old Michael Roy Redmond received 240 months in prison. His wife, 48-year-old Nanette Redmond, received 68 months. The couple's two children, 26-year-old Casey Redmond, and 23-year-old Cornelius Redmond, received 100 months and 60 months respectively.
A fifth member of the conspiracy, 22-year-old Ami Beckman, was given a 28 month sentence for her role.
All five pleaded guilty last year in separate proceedings to a conspiracy to manufacture meth.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says all five admitted they bought pseudoephedrine. Investigators say they were able to track those purchases to discover what the family was doing.