The Homer Police Department arrested three Cortland County residents in connection to unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine at a James Street residence on Thursday.
Police were conducting a parole inspection of Jeffrey Janack, 54, and discovered paraphernalia, controlled substances, and things used to make meth.
Both Kristina L. Sunshein (Yerian), 33, and Joshua Pittsley, 37, were at Janack’s residence at the time of the inspection.
Sunshein and Janack were both charged with unlawful manufacturing of meth (3rd degree felony) and two other drug related misdemeanors.
Pittsley was charged with unlawful manufacturing of meth (3rd degree felony), a felony charge of use of drug paraphernalia, and two drug related misdemeanors.
Parole officer’s arrested Janack. He is being held at the Cortland County Jail on a parole violation while officers obtain an arrest warrant for his charges. His mug shot was not included in the press release.
Sunshein and Pittsley were arrested and arraigned in the Town of Homer Court and remanded to the Cortland County Jail on $10k cash or $20k bond.