QUEENSBURY — A Glens Falls woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony charge for allowing her home to be used for drug sales.
Elisabeth A. Waite, 51, pleaded guilty to felony criminal nuisance in connection with a raid last March by police at a home on Cherry Street in Glens Falls.
Police arrested three men at the home March 8 after getting a complaint about a possible burglary, which led to the seizure of heroin, cocaine and nearly $3,000 in cash.
Glens Falls Police determined that Waite and her husband, Michael A. Nash, had allowed the group to set up shop in the home, which led to felony charges of criminal nuisance against each of them. Charges are still pending against Nash.
Warren County Judge John Hall put Waite on interim probation for a year. If she does well, she will avoid a jail term. If not, she faces a jail or prison term.