The Dickson County woman who recorded her boyfriend’s arrest, prompting a TBI investigation of two drug agents, was placed on probation for a year after entering a conditional plea on promoting the manufacture of methamphetamine. Tashawna Darlene Alberd was sentenced Wednesday in Dickson County Circuit Court to 11 months 29 days in jail, which was suspended on time served and the remainder to be on probation. She was ordered to perform 100 hours of public service work, pay a $1,000 fine and court costs and prohibited from purchasing or possessing any ingredients for meth. Under a conditional plea, if Alberd successfully completes the terms of her probation, the conviction will be cleared from her record. A second charge of possession of methamphetamine was dismissed in the plea bargain agreement. Alberd and boyfriend Richard Dale Lowe of Fairview were arrested Nov. 26 by agents of the 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force. As agents struggled to arrest and search Lowe, Alberd used her cell phone to video the arrest, leading Public Defender Jake Lockert to allege the agents used excessive force. The agents were placed on administrative leave while the TBI reviewed the arrest. Gallatin District Attorney Ray Whitley, appointed as special prosecutor, said he reviewed the video and the TBI report and determined the agents did not do anything to warrant prosecution or presentation to the grand jury.