Woman Sentenced For Meth Lab Near School

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WILKES-BARRE — A woman accused of making meth in a school zone in Wilkes-Barre was sentenced in Luzerne County.

Sarah Noble was sentenced to two year of house arrest by a judge on Wednesday.

Police say she was one of three people taken into custody at a home on Beekman Street in 2012.

A judge also ordered Noble to pay the cost of taking down the methamphetamine lab in Wilkes-Barre.

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  • Sundown

    House arrest only? Because she has small children perhaps? Which is a bad idea since she WAS making meth near a school? Things might change in this state given the EXTREME rise in crime IF judges and jury understood what crime WAS and punished accordingly thereof. Apparently speed, since it’s legal if a doc prescribes it isn’t half bad then I guess huh?!?!?

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