A Green Country grandmother will spend more than 19 years in a federal prison after burning her 2-year-old granddaughter with meth-making chemicals.
Brenda Vann, 54, admits to making meth in the Tahlequah home where she lived with her daughter and granddaughter.
Her daughter, Lisa Creech, and a third suspect, Andrew Braddock, were also sentenced for buying pseudoephedrine for Vann.
Creech will spend 14 years in prison, while Braddock got a 10-year sentence.
"Having a child in a methamphetamine lab is reprehensible, those who harm a child in those circumstances will be held accountable," said United States Attorney Mark Green.
All three received longer sentences because a child was injured in their meth lab.