Woman allegedly had drug paraphernalia, meat processor
WELLSBORO – Molly C. Hebe, 40, of 240 Route 287, Morris, was charged by the state Game Commission Northcentral region with possession of drug paraphernalia following a search of her residence Sept. 1.
According to documents filed at District Judge Rob Repard’s office, commission officers were made aware of at least 10 to 15 deer that had been processed at the residence.
They obtained a search warrant and found the meat processing equipment and meat in freezers.
They also found the pipe in a kitchen drawer, which Hebe said she owned for her surgery pain.
A second pipe was found in a metal box containing seeds and residue on a shelf in the basement.
Hebe was issued a summons to appear Oct. 22.