Bollinger County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Marble Hill woman Wednesday suspected of selling pounds of methamphetamine since July. The Bollinger County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged 40-year old Ronnee Dianna Danner with first-degree trafficking and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. A probable-cause statement says deputies set up a drug buy for seven grams of methamphetamine using a confidential informant who had worked for Danner. Deputies recovered 41.8 grams of methamphetamine from Danner and less than a gram from her son 19-year old Nathaniel Burton, of Marble Hill. Burton and his girlfriend, 25-year old Nichole Martin, of Marble Hill were charged with possession of a controlled substance. Burton also was charged for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. The confidential informant told deputies Danner had been selling two to three ounces of methamphetamine every few days for at least six months.