The Superior woman who was renting a storage unit where law enforcement officers found 37 pounds of marijuana was sentenced Friday, July 26, in Douglas County Circuit Court to 30 months in prison.

Lisa Ellen Belt, 38, pleaded no contest Friday to one felony count of repeater conspiracy to deliver marijuana.

Belt was sentenced to 30 months in state prison and 36 months of extended supervision. She was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and court costs. The sentence will be served consecutive to a one year prison sentence that had been imposed and stayed for a 2018 felony bail jumping conviction.

According to the criminal complaint, Superior police executed a search warrant on the storage locker in Superior on Nov. 19. Investigators found 37 1-pound bags of marijuana as well as hundreds of marijuana vaporizer cartridges. The street value of the marijuana seized was estimated at $220,000.

A pocket knife was found in Belt's jacket pocket when she was arrested on a warrant Feb. 8.

Two Superior residents who were inside the storage locker when police executed the warrant, Liam Scott Johnson, 21, and Emily Mae Wrazidlo, 20, were also charged.

Johnson was sentenced to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision May 6 in Douglas County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to party to conspiracy to deliver marijuana and bail jumping.

Wrazidlo faces felony charges of party to conspiracy to deliver marijuana, party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana and bail jumping. Her next court appearance was set for Aug. 2.