CADILLAC — A 27-year-old Harrietta woman is facing charges that alleged she possessed drugs on school property after she was arraigned Monday in 28th Circuit Court.
Devin Jean Plomb stood mute to charges of possession of methamphetamine on school or library property and possession of marijuana on school or library property for her connection with an incident on May 25 in Cadillac. A habitual offender fourth offense notice was added to the charge which carries a maximum penalty of up to life in prison if the primary offense is punishable by up to five years in prison or 15 years in prison if the primary offense is punishable by under five years in prison.
If convicted, Plomb faces up to life in prison.
The charges are merely accusations and not evidence of guilt. Plomb is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law. The prosecution has the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Wexford County Prosecutor Jason Elmore said in May when Plomb was arraigned in 84th District Court the Cadillac City Police Department reportedly located her car in the parking lot of Lincoln Elementary School on May 25. She allegedly was in possession of the methamphetamine and marijuana and as a result, the charges were sought against her.
Although it is legal for a person who is 21 years or older to possess not more than 2.5 ounces of processed marijuana or 12 marijuana plants, it is still illegal to possess or consume marijuana on public or private school property.
A $100,000 cash or surety bond was continued.