FARMINGTON — A New Sharon woman charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, endangering children and stealing from a company credit card has pleaded not guilty.

Tabatha Schoubroek entered her pleas Wednesday in Franklin County Superior Court.

The Sun Journal reports that Schoubroek and her boyfriend were arrested March 27 after police received information about a methamphetamine operation at their home and conducted a search with other agencies. Two children also lived at the home.

Schoubroek and her boyfriend are also charged with making more than $6,000 in unauthorized purchases on a credit card belonging to her boyfriend’s employer.

The 30-year-old Schoubroek’s attorney says her client has been accepted to Wellspring in Bangor for substance abuse treatment.

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