York woman pleads not guilty to possession of methamphetamine | Recent news


By the News-Times team

YORK – Mandy Tibbetts, 42, of York, has pleaded not guilty to criminal possession of methamphetamine in a case where she is accused of smoking methamphetamine in a local apartment building.

According to court documents, the York Police Department received an anonymous call about Tibbetts and two others smoking methamphetamine from a glass pipe and having a “loaded syringe” at an apartment complex in York. An officer attended to the apartment in question where Tibbetts and another person admitted to having illicit narcotics in the apartment. A search warrant was obtained and inside Tibbetts’ purse was a syringe containing meth and materials used to crush meth which tested positive for the drug.

She now faces a Class 4 felony which carries a maximum sentence of two years in prison with 12 months of post-release supervision.

A trial has been set for late fall.

Another person in the apartment, Kasey Quandt, has also been charged in the case and he has pleaded not guilty to the same charge. It is alleged that “there were so many items hidden in his pockets that it was impossible (for the officer) to be sure that there were no other weapons” in addition to a knife found earlier. Among the items in his pockets were different types of THC and several sachets containing methamphetamine.


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