Two people from Rome have pleaded guilty in a meth-making case from earlier this year, according to the Oneida County District Attorney's Office.
In Oneida County Court on Tuesday, 46-year-old Billie Joe Bragg pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal facilitation, and 47-year-old Daniel Bragg pleaded guilty to third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine.
Back in April, the two were arrested along with 26-year-old Vincent Bragg and 19-year-old Harry Thurston, both of Rome. All four were charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine after officials responded to a home on West Thomas Street in Rome to check on Daniel Bragg, who was on parole, and they found items used to make meth.
Bille Joe Bragg is scheduled to be sentenced in Oneida County Court on Sept. 26, and Daniel Bragg is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 25.
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