Cassopolis woman pleads guilty to meth possession, is sentenced to 18 months probation

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58-year-old Pamela Spicer-Waterson of Cassopolis pleaded guilty to possession of meth after being found with drugs at a residence in July of 2021.

She was sentenced to 18 months probation, plus fines and costs.

Leader Publications says the judge told Spicer-Waterson that if she has a drug addiction then she needs to address it, otherwise she will eventually end up in jail.

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