CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- A Byesville woman, charged for her part in an attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, entered a plea in Guernsey County Common Pleas Court on Thursday..
According to court records, 41-year-old Samantha A. Miller pleaded "guilty" to a felony-four count of attempted illegal possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs when she appeared before Judge David A. Ellwood on Thursday morning.
Both the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office and the Byesville Police Department executed a search warrant on May 6 at Miller's South 5th Street residence in Byesville, locating what was suspected to be a meth lab. The Washington County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Task Force had to be called in to neutralize the hazardous materials created by the operation.
Miller was arrested at the time of the bust. Miller's husband, Bruce Miller, was arrested on May 23 in Toledo.
In accordance with Ohio law, Samantha Miller could face a sentence of up-to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine. She will appear for sentencing on November 12.