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Woman pleads guilty to cooking meth at home

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Marlinea South favored the “shake-and-bake” style of cooking at her mobile home in Greenfield. Also known as the “one-pot” process for manufacturing methamphetamine, she used it to cook 3.9 ounces of the drug at North Creek Mobile Village in October. South, 35, created what state police would later describe as a sophisticated lab in the living area of the mobile home, where she lived with 28-year-old Megan Howell. State police in Wilton were tipped off ...


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