A Plymouth woman was sentenced in federal court last week after she pleaded guilty to the felony offense of Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine.
Alicia Hite, 27, was sentenced to nine years in federal prison with four years of supervised release.
Hite was arrested after law enforcement officers served a search warrant at a home in Plymouth where Hite and others were found with an active methamphetamine lab in the garage. Hite admitted that she and the others had been cooking methamphetamine in the house over the last couple of years and she ran the books and oversaw the operation.
The Indiana State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration investigated the case.