Two Baker residents were sentenced in Fallon County District Court this past Tuesday. Leroy Cunningham was given a sentence of five years in the Montana Department of Corrections all suspended and a thousand dollar fine. He was also given credit for 6 days served. The sentence will run consecutive to another five years with the Department of Corrections and another thousand dollar fine. Cunningham was charged on two counts of felony criminal distribution of dangerous drugs, one count of felony criminal child endangerment, two counts of felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs and two counts of criminal possession of drug paraphernalia One count was dismissed as part of a plea agreement. Cunningham was ordered to 30 days in the Fallon County Jail to be served immediately along with a list of conditions during his ten years of probation. Kayla Kloetzke was also sentenced Tuesday on one count of misdemeanor endangering welfare of children and two counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs. Judge Nickolas Murnion sentenced Kloetzke to six months in the Fallon County Jail with all suspended and a 500 dollar fine. On counts 3 and 4 she was sentenced to four years deferred sentence with the Department of Corrections and a 500 dollar fine on each count to run concurrent. Two counts were dismissed as part of a plea agreement. The 41 year old Cunningham and 27 year old Kloetzke were part of a drug bust in Baker in June 2017.