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MACOMB - A Macomb woman accused of two felony drug offenses pleaded guilty Monday to reduced charges.
Kathleen Ramirez, 21, was charged in McDonough County Circuit Court with possession of a controlled substance, possession of between 30 and 500 grams of marijuana and disobeying a traffic control signal.
On Monday she pleaded guilty to one Class A misdemeanor count of marijuana possession. She was ordered to pay court costs and penalties. The exact amount was not available.
Police served a search warrant at Ramirez's home on Feb. 19, the day of a car accident that killed her boyfriend, William Powers, 20, of Macomb.
Macomb resident Benjamin Sherwood, 21, the driver of the car, was later arrested and charged with reckless homicide.
The search of Ramirez's home turned up about 77 grams of marijuana.
Ramirez was stopped about a month later for running a stop sign, and the officer could smell the odor of burned marijuana coming from the car, according to police.
Police later searched her home and found less than 15 grams of psilocybin mushrooms.