Woman Sentenced for Making Meth in Wichita Falls Home

- An Archer City woman is sentenced in 30th District Court to 10 years in prison after being found guilty of making meth inside a Wichita Falls home.

Thirty-five year-old Candace Lynn Sternadel was found guilty of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance more than 400 grams.

Wichita County deputies say on Jan. 4, 2012, they were serving a parole violation warrant on another person.

When they arrived at the house in the 23-hundred block of Kings Highway, they detected a strong odor of ether.

They say when Sternadel opened the door, the odor became stronger and they detained her.

Deputies say they found a jug of what was believed to be liquid meth and other ingredients used to make meth and called the house "an active meth lab."

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