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A Laramie woman has pled not guilty to child endangerment in Albany County District Court today, March 2.

Sequoia Alexis Williams is charged with keeping methamphetamine in the home that she shared with her child. If convicted, she could face five years in prison and a $5,000 fine.

According to the affidavit, on Jan. 27, an Albany County Sheriff’s deputy learned from a confidential source that Williams possessed meth at her home and that she stored the meth in in places that were accessible to the child, specifically in clothing hanging in reach of the child or in shoes on the floor.

The deputy and other members of law enforcement conducted a search of William’s residence on Feb. 3 and agents with the Division of Criminal Investigation found two baggies with suspect methamphetamine residue inside them, according to court documents.

Agents found one of the baggies in a jacket hanging up at the eye level of the child. The other bag was found on the floor behind a television cabinet. In the drawers of the television cabinet were two suspect marijuana pipes.

William’s trial is set for July 24th and 25th. 

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