A Warren County woman who claimed she was set up has been convicted on four counts of meth related charges.
Anita Parker was arrested in June of 2004 and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine at her home on Carter Lane.
In an interview with WBKO, Parker said she knew nothing about the meth lab and claimed the meth found in the outbuilding was cooked by someone else.
Yesterday, a jury found Parker and her boyfriend Randy Miller guilty of manufacturing meth, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of anhydrous ammonia.
Bond was revoked, and the two were taken back to the Warren County Regional Jail.
The jury recommended Parker receive a fifteen year sentence and
Miller, who was a convicted felon, received a recommended sentence of 35 years.
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