Bellefonte trio charged with cooking meth
By SARAH PAEZ
BELLEFONTE — Three Bellefonte residents are facing charges of operating an alleged meth lab in their home.
Alyssa McKinley, 25, Sandra Conklin, 49, and Joseph Grassmyer, 46, all of 118 Dublinwood Drive in Boggs Township, are jailed on $100,000 bail at the Centre County Correctional Facility.
Each is charged with two first-degree felonies: possession of esters/salts/isomers with intent to manufacture a controlled substance, and manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance; one second-degree felony: operating a methamphetamine lab; and one third-degree felony: risking catastrophe.
They are also charged with two misdemeanors: unlawful possession of a controlled substance by persons not registered, and conspiracy–intentional possession of a controlled substance by a person not registered.
Look for the entire story in Thursday’s print edition of The Express.