On Tuesday in Stanton County Court Taylor Wehrle, 17, and Tylor Kment, 17, both of Stanton entered guilty pleas to Contributing to the Delinquency of Minors and Selling Tobacco Products to a Minor and were sentenced. Both were arrested earlier this year by the Sheriff’s office following an investigation into the sale of tobacco produts (vapes) to high school students in Stanton. A search warrant at Kment’s residence resulted in the seizure of more than 400 vape cartridges. Wehrle was sentenced to $1050.00 in fines and cost and Kment was given 18 months of probation with $550.00 in fines and cost. His parents Robert and Jennifer still have charges pending against them for Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.