A Missaukee County woman admitted to having meth after another drug arrest led detectives to her.
Traverse Narcotics Team detectives first received a tip in March, leading them to a man’s house in Cadillac.
They arrested Kyler Major for having components to make meth.
That led them to stopping Angela Buck-Bentley.
Buck-Bentley pleaded guilty to having meth.
Deputies say she told them she was burned by a meth lab in Cadillac.
She faces up to 20 years in prison.
Kyler Major’s case is still pending.