PLYMOUTH, Ind.--- A Plymouth woman convicted of manufacturing meth and neglect of a dependent was sentenced today.
Amanda Heeter, 24, of Plymouth received 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing meth, and an additional 4 year term for neglect of a dependent.
The sentences are to be served concurrent with one another.
Heeter was also ordered to undergo intensive drug rehabilitation while incarcerated, and to be placed on two years probation upon her release.
Heeter admitted in court that she conspired with two other individuals, Brock Biddle and Kelly Cowger, to manufacture meth at her house on Loon Court in Plymouth.
She also admitted that manufacturing the meth put a dependent child in danger.
They were caught after an investigation found that Heeter and Biddle were frequent purchasers of pseudo-ephedrine based products, according to the national NPLex log.