A New Hampshire woman has been sentenced to a year in jail for her role in operating a meth lab.
Amanda Warner of Keene was one of six people arrested during a December raid, accused of sustaining a Northfield meth lab. The Concord Monitor reports that under a plea agreement, she was sentenced to three concurrent 12-month jail terms. She's served 208 days and will be placed on probation and seek treatment.
Three others have pleaded guilty and have received sentences ranging from a minimum of a year to five years.
The 26-year-old Warner told police she bought ingredients for the drug.