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Town of Niagara woman gets one year for making meth

A Town of Niagara woman convicted of making methamphetamine was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara to a year in prison.

Roberta Hannon, 46, who was arrested along with three others in May of 2012, is the last defendant in the case to go to prison.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Mary Catherine Baumgarten said the case revolved around a police search that found extensive evidence of a methamphetamine cooking lab at Hannon’s mobile home on Quain Place in Niagara.

The defendant’s husband, Jason Hannon, and two others also were sentenced to prison as part of the case.