Missoula Woman Sentenced to Prison on Meth Trafficking Charges
45 year-old Sadie Marie Todd was sentenced on Wednesday in Missoula Federal District Court to four years in prison after admitting to trafficking methamphetamine and heroin in the Missoula community.
Todd pleaded guilty to the charges of possession with intent to distribute illegal drugs in December, 2021.
U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen also ordered her to forfeit nearly $7,000.
Court documents state that on May 11, 2021, Missoula police officers obtained a warrant to search Todd’s residence where they recovered methamphetamine, heroin and drug paraphernalia. She admitted having the drugs and paraphernalia in her residence.
U.S. Attorney Leif M. Johnson said that following her prison sentence, Todd will also face four years of supervised release.
The case was investigated by the Missoula High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Tara Elliot.
The case against Todd is a part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, where federal, tribal, state and local law enforcement units focus on violent crime in Montana that is driven by methamphetamine trafficking, armed robberies, firearms offenses and violent offenders with outstanding warrants against them.
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