A Conewago Township woman admitted in Adams County court Monday that she smokes marijuana every day with her 13-year-old son to reward him for completing his homework.
Amanda Lynn Livelsberger, 30, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of corruption of minors, possession with intent to deliver drug paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of a small amount of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Livelsberger's plea did not stipulate a sentence. Based on the charges to which she pleaded, she could spend up to 17 years, two months in jail and pay up to $36,000 in fines. Her driver's license could also be suspended for six months.
A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Nov. 27.
Livelsberger was charged after Conewago Township Police searched her home April 29, and questioned her and her son.
Police seized various drug paraphernalia from Livelsberger's bedroom, including a bag of marijuana, two cocaine straws, a small heroin vial, and 31 new small glass pipes and bowls, according to court documents. Livelsberger allegedly told police she bought the 31 pipes to resell them.
Also seized from a lock box in her son's bedroom was $600 cash, which Livelsberger told police belonged to a drug dealer, court documents state.
Livelsberger admitted in court that she has been smoking marijuana with her son since he was 11 years old and that she usually smokes it with him as a reward.
The boy told police that when he gets off the school bus, he is required to do his homework and then is allowed to smoke marijuana, according to court documents.
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