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Argyle woman charged with selling meth
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MONROE - An Argyle woman was charged Monday with five counts of selling methamphetamine after she sold more than 20 grams of the drug to an undercover officer earlier this year.

Jessica Diane Cobb, 28, Argyle, faces three Class E felony counts of delivering between three and 10 grams of methamphetamine, and two Class F felony counts of delivering less than three grams.

According to a police report, Cobb was charged as the result of a months-long investigation by the Stateline Area Nar-cotics Team.

In January, a SLANT agent received an anonymous tip that Cobb was manufacturing and selling meth out of a residence in the N3200 block of Jordan-Wiota Road, Town of Jordan. On March 18, Cobb sold 1.45 grams of meth to an undercover agent for $100.

Cobb sold meth to the agent four more times: On April 7, when she sold 2.3 grams for $200; on April 28, when she sold 3.2 grams for $300; on May 4, when she sold 6.2 grams for $600; and on May 15, when she sold 7.7 grams for $600.

It is unclear whether Cobb was involved in manufacturing the meth she sold.

Cobb will appear in court for her preliminary hearing Aug. 26. The maximum possible sentence she faces for her charges is 45 years in prison.