A Cortland County woman will spend six months after pleading guilty to cooking meth back in April.
30-year-old Amanda Maphis was in County Court Tuesday. Maphis pled guilty to a felony charge of unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine and a misdemeanor count of forgery.
Back in April, Cortland County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a home on Kingsley Ave. in Cortlandville.
Officers found an active meth lab in the mobile home.
Maphis along with 20-year-old Amber Reynolds, 19-year-old Thomas Joseph, were all arrested.
Yesterday, Maphis admitted she possessed the items and equipment used to produce the drug.
Maphis also admitted to using someone else’s ID to purchase pseudoephedrine and forging their signature. Pseudoephedrine is a primary ingredient used to produce meth.
Maphis also faces 5 years probation and is due for sentencing in September.
Joseph previously pleaded guilty to producing meth and is also scheduled to be sentenced next month.