Schuyler Woman Accused of Possessing Over 20 Grams of Meth, Disposing Drugs in Toilet

SCHUYLER, Neb. – A Schuyler woman faces prison time after police say they found over 20 grams of meth in her home with some of it inside her toilet.

58-year-old Krystal Ibach is charged with felony possession of meth – 10-27 grams and misdemeanor obstructing a police officer.

According to the court records, law enforcement searched her residence off a warrant on March 28th.

Police say when they arrived, they found a crystal substance, multiple papers and baggies  inside the toilet bowl. The affidavit says the bathroom trashcan had a digital scale and unused plastic baggies inside.

The documents say, authorities found 20.6 grams of meth inside the toilet and other locations in her home.

According to the records, an investigator said that Ibach admitted to flushing drugs down the toilet when she heard officers knocking on her door.

The documents say, law enforcement also found marijuana and THC edibles inside the home, along with seven glass pipes that they say were used to smoke meth.

She is scheduled to appear in Colfax County District court on September 20th.

If convicted of her current charge, which is a class 1d felony, she faces up to 50 years in prison, with a mandatory minimum of three years.

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