A Dickinson woman pleaded guilty Monday to two charges of delivery of a controlled substance - methamphetamine.

Christina Rose Keating, 37, also pleaded guilty to one charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Keating was sentenced to five years in prison, to be served concurrently, with two years suspended and three years of supervised probation following her release.

She appeared Monday before Judge James D. Gion in Stark County District Court.

According to the criminal complaint, on Oct. 18, 2017, Keating delivered approximately 1.13 grams of methamphetamine to a confidential informant for $225, and on Oct. 30, 2017, delivered 3 grams of methamphetamine to a confidential informant for $300.

Delivery of a controlled substance is a Class B felony, with a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and/or a $20,000 fine, and minimum fines totaling $775.

The charge of possession, a Class C felony, was reduced from conspiracy to commit possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class B felony.

In court, Keating accepted the details of the criminal complaint, that, on June 25, 2018, with another person, she was found in a hotel room in possession of approximately 1 gram of methamphetamine.

A Class C felony carries a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both, and minimum court fees of $525.

A charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and a separate charge of conspiracy to commit unauthorized use of personal identifying info, both misdemeanors, were dismissed.

According to a complaint, in August 2018, Keating and another person attempted to use the victims' account number to obtain $125 and $425 without authorization or consent.

Gion offered Keating a story about a grade school teacher who was having frequent problems with a troublemaker and finally took the youth aside.

"She said, 'Why is this not sinking in? If you do things that are against the rules, you will be punished.' It finally sank it," he said. "Hopefully, it will sink in for you."

He added, "I wish you good luck."

Keating still faces sentencing on July 1 for charges in 2018 of theft of property and forgery. Both are Class B felonies.