Pleas entered in meth conspiracy



Two Pulaski residents have received suspended sentences for conspiring to manufacture methamphetamine in a parked car in early 2013.

According to prosecutors, Trina Lynette Stafford and Matthew Robertson were going to attempt to manufacture the drug for the first time, based on information obtained off the Internet.

Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorneys Justin Griffith and Naomi Huntington said Pulaski police found Stafford and Robertson in a car parked on Altoona Road Feb. 16, 2013, attempting to manufacture the drug. Products used in the manufacturing process were found inside the vehicle as well.

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