A Conewago Township woman on Monday admitted to smoking marijuana every day with her 13-year-old son to reward him for completing his homework. Amanda Lynn Livelsberger, 30, pleaded guilty to seven charges and will be sentenced later in November.
During a hearing at the Adams County court, Livelsberger admitted that she had been smoking marijuana with her son since he was 11, and that she often smoked with him as a reward.
According to court documents obtained by the Evening Sun, the boy had told police that as soon as he got back from school, he was required to do his homework in exchange for permission to smoke marijuana with his mother.
Livelsberger also admitted smoking marijuana with two of her son's friends, ages 17 and 18, police said.
Livelsberger pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of corruption of minors, possession with intent to deliver drug paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of a small amount of marijuana with intent to distribute. Her plea did not stipulate a sentence.