Tioga County Women Sentenced in Federal Court

By Lindsey Nesselbush

July 22, 2010 Updated May 11, 2007 at 3:18 PM EST

A Tioga County woman connected to stolen military explosives and meth lab busts has been sentenced in federal court.

36 year old Sheri Pa'-bon of Apalachin was sentenced to 5 years probation today.

She was sentenced on charges of possessing stolen explosives, which was transported across state lines.

State Police say C-4 was originally stolen from a US Army base in Georgia 15 years ago.

Investigators believe Andrew Powell of Binghamton stole the explosives from a Chenango Forks home last January.

State Police later discovered C-4 in Pabon's car, and at a meth lab they busted.

Powell was sentenced to 3 years probation in April.

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