A Cheyenne woman who stole more than $2,400 worth of prescription drugs from her employer has pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver hydrocodone.

Antonia Sharp entered the plea this (Friday) morning in Laramie County District Court as part of a deal with prosecutors. In exchange for her plea, the state agreed to dismiss nine other charges.

Sharp told the court that she took "discontinued medications" from Granite Rehabilitation and Wellness between Jan. 22-23 to "deliver to a friend."

She was arrested on Jan. 23 after a Laramie County Sheriff's deputy investigating a DUI case found her passed out behind the wheel of her truck with her 6-year-old in the cab.

​A subsequent search of Sharp's truck revealed she had 132 hydrocodone pills, 28 oxycodone pills and 153 grams of liquid morphine, all of which were prescribed to other people.

​It was later learned that Sharp had additional stolen medications in her home and a search warrant was served on Jan. 29 which turned up two Lorazepam prescriptions, a Zolpidem prescription and three more oxycodone prescriptions.

Sharp remains free on bond. Her sentencing date will be set as soon as a presentence investigation is complete.