Plymouth Woman Sentenced to 10 years on Meth Charge

Crystal Bloomfield
Crystal Bloomfield

A Plymouth woman was sentenced to 10 years in the Department of Corrections after pleading guilty in a plea agreement with the State to charge of Manufacturing Methamphetamine.

Crystal Bloomfield, 38, admitted in Marshall County Superior Court 1 that she assisted Travis Howell in the manufacturing methamphetamine at his residence on Kenilworth Road near Argos.

Four years of Bloomfield’s sentence was suspended. Bloomfield will be able to participate in intensive drug rehabilitation through the purposeful incarceration program.

On April 30, 2013, officers from the Indiana State Police Department executed a search warrant at the 313 W. Washington Street in Plymouth and found both Bloomfield and Howell manufacturing methamphetamine. That investigation led to the Argos residence and to the fact that they both purchased pseudoephedrine based products from different area pharmacies on numerous occasions.