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Drug Trafficking

Pen Argyl brother and sister admit selling meth

Pen Argyl brother and sister admit selling meth

A brother and sister who sold methamphetamine out of their Pen Argyl homes pleaded guilty Wednesday in Northampton County Court to felony drug charges, and each fielded pointed questioning from a judge. When 45-year-old Larry L. Stevens was before Judge Paula Roscioli, she asked him if he was aware of the dangers he faced of a chemical explosion when he brewed meth. "I've had people in front of me who were doing what you did who were burned from head to toe," Roscioli said. When 42-year-old Christine M. Stevens was in court, Roscioli asked her if she'd considered the risks her meth dealing posed to the 18- and 10-year-old children who lived with her. "You're...