Colorado Woman Gets Probation in Wyoming Meth Case; Co-Defendant Awaiting Trial
A Colorado woman will spend the next three years on probation after pleading guilty to felony possession of methamphetamine in Laramie County District Court last summer.
Lisa Rench and her ex-boyfriend, Traquevis Hardy, were arrested on May 13, 2018, after Wyoming troopers responding to a REDDI report found drug paraphernalia in their car.
Hardy was also being sought on two warrants out of Laramie County on original charges of possession of a controlled substance.
When the two were being booked into jail, a deputy reportedly found three small baggies containing 18.3 grams of methamphetamine in Rench's bra.
Rench claimed two of the baggies belonged to her and the larger one belonged to Hardy.
She also stated that Hardy told her he had no money and was planning on meeting an unknown person at the Motel 6 in Cheyenne at a specific time.
Hardy is set to go to trial on Jan. 14 on conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, felony delivery of methamphetamine, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and felony possession of methamphetamine charges.
If convicted on all four counts, he could face up to 67 years in prison.