CORTLANDVILLE, N.Y. – Two people were arrested Saturday after sheriff's deputies found methamphetamine in their camper, the Cortland County Sheriff's Department announced Thursday.
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On Jan. 9, officers from the Cortland County Sheriff's Department responded to a call from an anonymous source stating that there was drug activity in a camper in the backyard of a residence on State Route 11 in Cortlandville.
Deputies discovered that Joshua J. Morris, 35, and Abby L. Alexander, 25 were residing in the camper.
The sheriff's department K9 was utilized for a narcotics search, which turned up methampetamines in two different locations of the camper, authorities said.
Morris and Alexander were charged with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminally using drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.
Both were arraigned and held in Cortland County Jail. Morris' bail was set at $7,500 bail or $22,500 bond. Alexander's bail was set at $750 or $1,500 bond.
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