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Leesville Daily Leader - Leesville, LA
  • Corley receives suspended sentence

  • Misty D. Corley has been sentenced on one count of attempting to create a clandestine laboratory.

     


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  • Misty D. Corley has been sentenced on one count of attempting to create a clandestine laboratory.
    Corley plead guilty to the crime and was sentenced by 30th Judicial Judge Jim Mitchell on September 1 to five years with the Department of Corrections, a $1,500 fine and cost of court. The prison term was suspended, and Corley received three years supervised probation. All other charges were dismissed.
    On October 20, 2009 Corley was arrested for the felony offense of conspiring to create or operate a clandestine laboratory for the manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance, namely methamphetamine, by her agreement or combination with another person, Michael C. McGlothlin, for the specific purpose of acquiring possession of any material, compound, mixture, preparation of supplies with intent that it be used for the unlawful manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance, namely schedule II methamphetamine.
    Corley was also arrested on October 23, 2009 for committing the misdemeanor offense of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia intended for use to ingest, inhale or otherwise introduce into the human body a controlled dangerous substance.
    Michael C. McGlothlin was sentenced on September 13 by Judicial Court Judge Jim Mitchell to 30 years with the Department of Corrections and fined a total of $7,500, plus court cost, with all sentences to run consecutively.
     

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