Sisters entered guilty pleas on meth charges

About two years ago on the front page of the Mail Tribune, I saw two women, sisters who had gotten arrested on multiple drug charges, Kayci and Haley Miller. I was wondering if you could tell me what happened with their case, because I haven't seen anything in the paper about it since then?

— Anonymous


Medford sisters Kayci Nicole Miller and Haley Rianne Miller were arrested in 2014 after police said they packaged and sold methamphetamine inside a house across the street from Wilson Elementary School.

According to court records, Kayci Miller faced 13 charges, including methamphetamine, marijuana and child neglect charges.

She eventually pleaded guilty in February of this year to charges of delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school and delivery of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. The remaining charges were dismissed in a plea agreement.

Kayci Miller was sentenced to three years probation. In June, she was granted entry into a family sentencing alternative program.

The Oregon Legislature created family sentencing alternative programs to allow nonviolent offenders with minor children to be eligible for an intensive supervision program in lieu of prison.

Haley Miller faced multiple drug charges after her 2014 arrest and pleaded guilty to delivery of methamphetamine in 2015. She was sentenced to five years probation, according to court records.

She was accepted into Jackson County Adult Drug Court in 2015 and continues to have regular drug court hearings, court records show.

The purpose of the county's drug court programs is to treat and rehabilitate people with drug and alcohol addiction.

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