CLEARFIELD – A Clearfield woman accused of having drugs in her home was sentenced to state prison Monday during colloquy court.
Erika Lyn Haverly, 39, pleaded guilty before Judge Paul E. Cherry to a felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cherry sentenced her to nine months to 24 months in state prison.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, police obtained a search warrant for Haverly’s Clearfield Street address after receiving information from an individual who said there was methamphetamine, marijuana and a stolen firearm at the home.
On Aug. 10 when police knocked on the door, they could see someone run toward the back of the residence. Haverly opened the door and was advised of the search warrant.
Another individual, Scott Ryan Moore, came out of the kitchen area. Haverly advised the officers that her boyfriend was upstairs as was her young daughter who was sleeping.
When they went upstairs, they saw Dylan Shane Martell coming out of the attic. He and the others were all placed in handcuffs for safety reasons.
Police who had secured the back of the residence said Moore came running out, but when they told him to stop, he quickly went back in the home.
In the master bedroom, officers found marijuana, pills and a used syringe.
When the attic was searched, they found a small area where it appeared individuals used drugs.
Here they located a mirror with suspected methamphetamine residue, a scale, smoking pipes, drug paraphernalia, a large methamphetamine rock and small baggies of methamphetamine. Under the floor boards was a pistol.
In an interview with police, Haverly admitted she was a drug user but would not confirm all of the items belonged to her. She noted that she keeps her “stuff” away from her daughter.
In December, Martell, 25, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced by Cherry to one to three years in state prison.