Schuyler Woman to be Sentenced on Meth Conviction, Charged with 4 Counts of Dealing Meth

SCHUYLER, Neb. – A Schuyler woman who could be sentenced to prison this month in a separate case has been charged with four counts of dealing meth.

Records say 59-year-old Crystal Ibach sold meth to an informant three times during a one-week span in February. Authorities say when they searched her house, they picked up around 10 grams of meth, along with drug paraphernalia and materials used to sell the drug.

If convicted, Ibach faces a minimum of four years in prison, and could be sentenced to as many as 200 years behind bars.

She has posted 10% of her $100,000 bond.

She already will be sentenced in late March after being convicted of attempting to deal meth last year. In that incident, police say they found over 20 grams of meth in her toilet during a search warrant.

She’ll be sentenced for that incident on March 28th.

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