Holmes County Common Pleas: A Case Study

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MILLERSBURG — A Howard woman on Tuesday denied being in possession of meth during a July traffic stop in which she was a passenger in a vehicle. Melissa N. Plagman, 38, of 11794 Bridge St., pleaded not guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to aggravated possession of drugs and possession of drug abuse instruments. If convicted, she faces up to one year in prison for the drug charge. Both charges stem from a July 18 incident. On that day, Plagman was the backseat passenger in a vehicle stopped by a Holmes County Sheriff's deputy for making an improper turn from South Clay Street onto one-way Court Street in Millersburg, said Chief Deputy Richard Haun. Because of what appeared to be suspicious activity with her hands, Plagman was taken out
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