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A Montour Falls woman has been indicted on third-degree manufacture of methamphetamine, the Chemung County district attorney said.

Tabitha J. Rounds, 32, of County Route 11, possessed an item of laboratory equipment and three or more precursors, chemical re-agents or solvents intended to unlawfully manufacture methamphetamine on June 27 in the Town of Horseheads, District Attorney Weeden Wetmore said in the indictment dated July 2.

Rounds was indicted on a second count of criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture the drug, according to the indictment. Rounds also was indicted on a third count of petit larceny for stealing property from Wal-Mart, the indictment says.

Under state penal law, third-degree manufacture of methamphetamine is a class D felony. Conviction is punishable with a prison term of one to 2½ years for a first-time offender. A second-time offender faces imprisonment for 1½ to four years. The sentence is 2½ to 4½ years in prison for a second-time offender previously convicted of a violent felony.

http://www.stargazette.com/story/news/public-safety/2015/07/10/montour-falls-woman-indicted-meth-making/29971367/

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