Pleas entered in alleged meth cases
By Beth Sergent firstname.lastname@example.org
POINT PLEASANT — Pleas have been reached in two meth-related cases.
Ariscelene Fowler, Glenwood, and Jessica Morrison, Point Pleasant, both entered into plea agreements in separate cases heard recently by Judge David W. Nibert in Mason County Circuit Court.
Fowler entered a plea of guilty to the felony offense of delivery of a controlled substance. Fowler could be sentenced to prison for not less than one year nor more than five years or fined not more than $15,000 or both. She’s to return for sentencing at 3:30 p.m., March 3.
Fowler was indicted by a September 2013 grand jury along with three other defendants following an investigation from December 2012 through March 23, 2013 which included an allegation of attempting to operate a meth lab.
Fowler was represented by Attorney Michael Eachus. The state was represented by Prosecuting Attorney R. Craig Tatterson.
Morrison entered a plea of no contest to the felony offense of attempt to commit a felony. Morrison is to return for sentencing at 9:30 a.m., March 21. Morrison was indicted by a September 2013 grand jury along with three other defendants following an incident that allegedly occurred on May 31, 2013 and involved an allegation of attempting to operate a meth lab.
Morrison was represented by Attorney Bryan Cromley. The state was represented by Prosecutors R.F. Stein and Sherry Eling.
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