The first of three people facing criminal charges in connection with 38 pounds of marijuana that was found in a Superior storage locker in November was sentenced in Douglas County Circuit Court on Monday, May 6.

Liam Scott Johnson, 21, of Superior pleaded guilty to party to conspiracy to deliver marijuana and felony bail jumping. He was sentenced to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision and ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and court costs. Felony counts of party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana and two additional counts of bail jumping were dismissed but read in for sentencing.

Johnson also pleaded guilty to party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana on or near a park and felony bail jumping in connection with a February 2018 incident involving marijuana found in a car near Wade Bowl Park and possession with intent to deliver marijuana and felony bail jumping for a separate September 2018 incident. He was sentenced to one year in prison and one year of extended supervision to run concurrent, but consecutive to the storage locker charges.

Eight additional counts of bail jumping and counts of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read in for sentencing.

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

Johnson and Emily Mae Wrazidlo, 20, of Superior were inside the storage locker when the warrant was executed.

Wrazidlo faces felony counts of party to conspiracy to deliver marijuana, party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana and bail jumping. She remains in custody at the Douglas County Jail. Cash bail of $100,000 was set for Wrazidlo. Her next court appearance is May 17.

The woman who was renting the storage locker, Lisa Ellen Belt, 38, faces felony counts of repeater conspiracy to deliver marijuana and repeater party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana and a misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed knife. She remains in custody at the Douglas County Jail.

Cash bail of $50,000 was set for Belt. Her next court appearance is May 31.