A Zanesville mother was sentenced to two years in prison Monday in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court, after being found in a rolling meth lab with her child in the car.
25-year-old Stephanie Campfield pled guilty to the illegal assembly of chemicals for manufacturing of drugs after being arrested in January of this year. Campfield, her husband 27-year-old John Campfield and 30-year-old Atassia Burkett were pulled over on Linden Avenue in Zanesville and authorities say they discovered a mobile meth lab in the car. The Campfield’s two-year-old child was also in the car.
Burkett pled guilty to the same charge and is awaiting sentencing. John Campfield pled not-guilty last month.