Three people convicted last month of cooking meth, found themselves in the hot seat again Monday.
That is when Steven Q. Stanford, David D. Allen and Tamara L. Rasnick faced the judge to learn their punishments at their sentencing hearing in criminal court.
For Stanford, he learned that crime truly doesn’t pay.
After prosecutors detailed his extensive criminal history, Judge Shayne Sexton sentenced him as persistent offender. This meant Stanford was sentenced at the maximum end of the time range for his crimes.