A Kansas woman was sentenced Monday to 13 years and six months in federal prison for taking part in a methamphetamine trafficking ring that ended in a man’s killing.
Tracy Rockers was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kan., where she previously pleaded guilty to a drug conspiracy charge and admitted being present when Gregory Price, 33, was killed in Eudora, Kan., in late 2010.
Price’s body was discovered in April 2012 inside a refrigerator that had been dumped in a rural area near De Soto.
According to court records, he owed $800 to some of the drug dealers and was killed during a struggle.
Rockers, 24, of Greeley, Kan., is one of 14 defendants who have received sentences in the case ranging from 30 years to four years in federal prison.
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