A woman pleaded guilty to several charges in Butler County Court on Tuesday.
Sanya Vantassel, 40, pleaded guilty to felony criminal use of a communications facility, misdemeanor false reports, un-sworn falsification to law enforcement and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Police said Vantassel was a passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over on Route 228. Neither the driver nor the passenger had identification on them, and police allegedly found two crack pipes, a container with crack inside, a syringe, three stamp bags and a bundle of heroin stamped with the Toyota logo.
Vantassel gave police a false name, and after she was released, police identified the woman as Vantassel and discovered that she had active warrants in Butler and Allegheny counties.
The plea agreement calls for a sentence of 11½ to 23 months in county prison, probation, restitution and fines.