Kingsford women reach plea agreements for meth charges

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KINGSFORD, Mich. (WLUC) - Two Kingsford women have pleaded guilty in Dickinson County Circuit Court after being arrested in connection to a meth dump site.

27-year-old Samantha Matson pleaded guilty to all her charges of operating or maintaining a meth lab, soliciting another to obtain pseudoephedrine, and habitual offender 2nd offense.

In exchange for her plea, a seperate felony case against her will be dropped.

44-year-old Tracie Anderson plead guilty to charges of possession of meth, and purchasing pseudoephedrine to make meth. Her other charge of maintaining a meth lab was dropped as part of the plea agreement.

Anderson and Matson will also have to testify against their co-defendants.

54-year-old Robert Anderson is charged with operating/maintaining a meth lab, purchase/possession of pseudoephedrine to make meth, and habitual offender 4th offense.

Robert Anderson pleaded not guilty and has a jury trial set for July 16th through 18th.

Another woman they were arrested with, Amber Londree, is scheduled to be sentenced on June 5th.

All four individuals were arrested after a meth dump site was found near Cowboy Lake parking lot. Officers found a large tote that had been thrown out near the Menominee River.

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