Champine sentenced up to 30 years for meth lab

January 18, 2019

By Pat Maurer

Angela Champine of Farwell was sentenced Monday by Circuit Court Judge Roy Mienk to from three to 20 years in prison.

Angela Champine

Angela Champine

Champine pled guilty November 31st to operating/maintaining a laboratory involving methamphetamine.

BAYANET, the Bary Area Narcotics Enforcement Team began the investigation when Champine was identified through NPLEX (the National Precursor Log Exchange) a tracking program, as a “high level ephedrine/pseudoephedrine purchaser.

NPLEX is the system that tracks individual purchases of medicines that contain ephedrine or pseudoephedring and flags those individuals who are purchasing or attempting to purchase more than nine grams in a 30 day period and who are blocked from making the purchase.

Detectives arriving at her residence in Farwell found 12 one-pot labs in a freezer and evidence of meth manufacturing components throughout the home.

Judge Mienk sentenced Champine to serve from three to 20 yeas with credit for 116 days previously served. She was also ordered to pay $1,258 in assorted fines, costs and court appointed attorney fees.

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