A former Plymouth motel employee has been sentenced for making meth in one of the motel's rooms.
Kimberlie Frazier, 34, admitted she helped make meth in a room at the Super 8 motel on Oak Drive in Plymouth.
The investigation began when a housekeeper believed she found parts of a meth lab left in the room, as well as a cell phone.
Police searched the phone and found text messages discussing meth.
Prosecutors say Frazier was a new employee at the Super 8 and repeatedly checked-in a man by a different name.
Frazier was sentenced to ten years behind bars for conspiracy to manufacture meth, a Class B Felony.