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Woman Charged in Meth Lab Case Pleads Not Guilty

Josie Lee McCormick, 33, is facing several felony criminal charges, including operating a methamphetamine laboratory.
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A Waynesboro woman accused of operating a methamphetamine laboratory that caused a house fire this July pleaded not guilty in Franklin County Court on Wednesday. 

Josie Lee McCormick, 33, is facing several felony criminal charges, including operating a methamphetamine laboratory, possessing the precursors and chemicals necessary to produce methamphetamine, illegally dumping chemical waste, and causing or risking a catastrophe.

McCormick's public defender, Christopher Reibsome, said she could face up to 20 years behind bars if convicted.

Logan Tyler Buchanan, 30, of Lemasters is also facing the same charges in connection to the meth lab fire. Buchanan is scheduled for a mandatory arraignment in court on September 11. 

Both McCormick and Buchanan are still being held at the Franklin County Jail.

McCormick is scheduled to appear again in court October 17th.

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