A 33 year old Natural Bridge woman faces up to 8 years in prison for identity theft and making methamphetamine.
Lindsey Babcock pleaded guilty Friday in Lewis County Court to a number of charges, including unlawful manufacture of meth, identity theft and forgery.
In April, police were called to a home in the town of Diana for a reported domestic dispute. While there, they said they found Babcock, liquid meth and items used to make the drug.
A couple of weeks later, Babcock was accused of stealing another woman's driver's license to buy a product to make meth.
Lowville police said Babcock used a another woman's driver's license to buy nasal decongestant to make meth. She was accused of signing for the purchase using the name on the license.
Babcock faces 5 to 8 years in prison when she's sentenced.