A Miami woman was sentenced Wednesday for her role in a drug ring that was orchestrated by a convicted murderer in prison.
Robin Tracy Zumwalt, 36, was sentenced to three years probation with eight months of home detention, United States Attorney Trent Shores said.
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Shores said Zumwalt admitted to talking about distributing over 500 grams of meth with convicted murderer Slint Tate through phone calls.
Tate is currently serving life sentence for a 1999 murder.
“This drug trafficking organization wreaked havoc in the lives of many in northeastern Oklahoma. Zumwalt and her co-conspirators earned the punishments received,” said U.S. Attorney Shores. “This prosecution was successful because of strong partnerships among federal, state, and local law enforcement officials. Working together, we achieved a result that makes our communities safer.”
Tate was sentenced to 20 years for orchestrating the sales.
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