Orrville woman admits to having meth chemicals
WOOSTER -- An Orrville woman has admitted to having chemicals used to make meth in her residence.
Amy L. Morrison, 28, 822 W. Church St., pleaded guilty Monday in Wayne County Common Pleas Court to one count of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a third-degree felony.
She faces a maximum of three years in prison.
Sentencing has been set for April 30 with Judge Corey Spitler.
Morrison pleaded guilty to the one count after she was indicted on two counts of operating a meth lab. In exchange for her guilty plea, the state dropped the other felony she was indicted with, which was one count of illegal manufacture of drugs, a second-degree felony.
Don Hall, senior agent with Medway, said chemicals used to make the drug were found at Morrison's residence in Orrville while she was on probation.
The lab was not an active cook, he said.
According to court records, Morrison was on probation for a case in Wayne County Municipal Court for misdemeanor counts of petty theft and complicity.
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