2 get state prison terms in Clarion drug case

From staff reports

Two Clarion residents arrested in a July drug bust were sentenced Wednesday in Clarion County.

Rebecca Dawn McAninch, 28, and Jeremy David Carey, 34; were ordered by Judge James Arner to serve state prison terms.

Arner sentenced McAninch to serve 12 to 24 months on a felony burglary charge and an additional 12 to 24 months on a charge of conspiracy to manufacture, delivery or possession with the intent to deliver. The sentences will run consecutively.

McAninch will receive credit for 238 days she has already served.

Carey will serve 42 to 84 months in state prison on charges of possession of phenylpropanolamine, simple assault and criminal trespass-break into structure.

Carey and McAninch were arrested last year along with Roy Leason Anthony, 27, of Rimersburg, and Jacob Daniel Vasbinder of Rimersburg after Anthony had purchased a box of allergy congestion relief, a known component commonly used in manufacturing methamphetamines.

Video footage from Walmart showed Vasbinder, Carey and McAninch purchasing other items used to make meth.