“The dangers of exposing a child to a meth lab in your home is almost incomprehensible,” Lawson said.
McKenrick’s plea agreement was contingent on a suspended sentence. He could now reverse his plea. Lawson rescheduled the sentencing for next Thursday to allow McKenrick to consider his options.
Nathan Green, Lane, David P. Shamp and Seth A. Green also were charged in May, after the execution of the search warrant. Tonya Palmer also was arrested July 2 in connection with the meth lab.
Shamp and Lane have both accepted plea agreements. Nathan Green’s trial is set for Aug. 12.