Hannah Gillen, Minot, sentenced to 25 days time served, 1 year probation, for delivery of methamphetamine
Hannah Elizabeth Gillen, 26, Minot, was sentenced on Wednesday to a year and a day in prison, with all suspended but the 25 days she has already served in the Ward County Jail and four days off her sentence for good behavior, for Class B felony delivery of methamphetamine on Sept. 10, 2019. Judge Gary Lee also ordered her to pay court costs.
Two other charges against her, including a Class A misdemeanor theft charge and a Class A misdemeanor charge of providing false information to law enforcement, were dismissed under the terms of a plea deal. Gillen told the judge that she has completed an in-patient treatment program and is currently receiving treatment on an out-patient basis.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, Gillen delivered two ounces of methamphetamine for $1,400 to a confidential informant who was working for the Ward County Narcotics Task Force. The deal took place at a trailer in North Star Trailer Court.