A Meadville woman who faced charges in two arrests stemming from the operation of methamphetamine labs, including a mobile lab run from a van, entered guilty pleas in both cases on Thursday, and has been ordered by a Crawford County Judge to undergo an evaluation before her sentencing.
33 year-old Devanie Coudriet had been charged in both June and September of last year. She faces two to thirty-four years in prison.
A second defendant in the June, 2013 case, 29 year-old Louis Lamonde from Meadville, was sentenced earlier this week to up to two years minus one day for possessing the chemicals used to make meth.
A second defendant in the later case, 23 year-old Ashley Stewart from Guys Mills, faces trial in March on conspiracy charges. In September, police said Coudriet and Stewart were arrested and charged after they were found in a van that contained a portable lab and the ingredients for making methamphetamine.