SHERIDAN — Arraignments for two Sheridan men facing drug charges took place in Sheridan County 4th Judicial District Court Thursday.

Turner Taylor, 19, pleaded not guilty to possession with intent to deliver LSD and to conspiring to deliver LSD. Both are felony charges that carry sentences of up to 10 years in prison, up to $10,000 in fines or both.

Taylor was arrested May 5 after the Sheridan Police Department set up a fake sale of LSD using a confidential informant. He is currently out on bond.

In a separate case, Darren Warner pleaded guilty to a felony meth possession charge. Warner, 51, was arrested for meth possession on May 5 after the Sheridan Police Department learned he had been receiving shipments of meth from California via Federal Express. At the time he was arrested, he had just picked up a package containing meth that weighed approximately 13 grams, according to court documents. The possession charge is for having an amount of meth greater than 3 grams.

The charge carries a sentence of up to seven years in prison, up to $15,000 in fines, or both.

As part of a plea agreement, the state agreed to drop a meth delivery charge that had originally been filed against Warner as part of the same case. That was in connection to Warner having shared the drug with his wife and the mother of their child.

Sentencing in the matter is set for Aug. 4.