ITHACA, N.Y. — Two people were sentenced this week in unrelated cases in Tompkins County Court on drug charges related to manufacturing methamphetamine.
Corey Woodward, 30
Woodward was arrested on Feb. 17, 2016, after police say they served a warrant on several houses in Newfield after a lengthy narcotics investigation in relation to methamphetamine manufacturing and trafficking.
The raid led to the arrest of nine people, including Woodward, who pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Court records show he was in possession of multiple substances containing methamphetamine, its salts or isomers.
Woodward appeared in Tompkins County Court on Thursday for his sentencing and was represented by attorney James Baker.
Judge Joseph R. Cassidy sentenced Woodward to a 90-day period at Willard Drug Treatment Center in Willard, NY. If Woodward fails to complete his treatment, he will serve a two-year determinant sentence with two years of post-release supervision.
Tiffany Bailey, 29
Bailey was taken into custody in Sept. 2015, after police say they found items and ingredients to manufacture methamphetamine after a search of a Dryden residence.
According to court documents, Bailey was found in possession of tubing, sodium hydroxide, lithium metals, coffee filters, and reaction vessels. Police said these ingredients were being used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Bailey appeared in Tompkins County Court on Friday morning for her sentencing and pleaded guilty to third-degree manufacturing methamphetamine. Judge Cassidy sentenced her to a five-year probation period.