An Evansville attorney reported to jail Wednesday morning after being sentenced on Tuesday to six years in prison. She is serving time for running a meth lab out of her house. Teresa Perry pleaded guilty to several counts of dealing and possession of drugs. In return, several other charges against her were dropped, but it was up to Judge Wayne Trockman to determine her sentence. Perry was arrested in her home about a year ago after investigators say she sold drugs to an undercover officer. When police entered her home, they found what they would later call the second largest meth lab they had seen.