Virgil Woman Accused of Making Meth in Her Home
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Virgil Woman Accused of Making Meth in Her Home
Cortland County Sheriff's Deputies have uncovered another meth lab. A Virgil woman is facing felony charges in connection with the bust.

According to Cortland County Sheriff's Lt. Todd Caufield, officers received information of a possible meth lab in a home at 2526 Route 11 in the Town of Virgil.
Upon further investigation officers did uncover a a working meth making operation in the home.
The New York State Police CCSERT team was called in to remove evidence from the home. An environmental clean up agency was also brought in to assist with cleaning up the hazardous material associated with the lab. The Virgil Fire Department stood by as a precaution as the labs can be extremely flammable.
28 year old Ashley M. Huss of that address was arrested and charged with a felony count of manufacturing methamphetamine and a felony charge of unlawful disposal of methamphetamine laboratory material.
Huss was arraigned in Virgil Town Court and sent to the County Jail on $10 thousand dollars cash or $20 thousand dollars bond. She is due back in Court on July 1st. 
Additional charges are possible and the investigation is continuing.
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