A federal grand jury has indicted a La Crosse mother for conspiring to sell more than a pound of meth. Fifty-one-year-old Roberta Draheim was already charged with drug possession after her daughter died last February. This latest indictment against Draheim and co-defendant Ryan Koening was returned last week in a federal court in Madison. Draheim and Keoning would face a minimum of 10 years in a federal prison if they are found guilty. Six people are in custody now. Eric Eckhoff, Tom Lewis, Samuel Stanles and Mary Price are also charged in the indictment. Draheim’s daughter, Britney Masewicz, was found unresponsive in her bed February 5th.