A Lake Geneva woman pleaded guilty Friday to methamphetamine charges from two 2017 cases as part of a plea agreement.
Krista L. Stoll Wobig, 32, who has also previously listed an Elkhorn address, pleaded guilty to three of the several charges she faced, Walworth County District Attorney Zeke Wiedenfeld confirmed in an email Friday.
Stoll Wobig pleaded guilty to possessing meth precursors for when police in January raided the Lake Geneva home of Patrick M. McBean, the man who was found at the scene of a meth lab explosion at a Lake Geneva hotel four days after the police raid, according to a criminal complaint.
Stoll Wobig also pleaded guilty to possessing paraphernalia for making meth and felony bail jumping after prosecutors said an off-duty sheriff’s lieutenant saw her dumping a bag of meth materials in a town of Delavan field in September, according to a newer criminal complaint. Shortly before, surveillance footage had shown her leaving a Delavan Walgreens.
Materials commonly used to make meth can be bought at pharmacies.
Another woman facing meth charges, Angelica M. Bowey, 25, of Elkhorn, told police she helped Stoll Wobig make meth at least three times, according to a complaint.
Both sides will be free to argue sentence length at Stoll Wobig’s sentencing hearing at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 28.