crystalized


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(used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar

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Granicy, Manning and Ramona Beck, three sisters, were sentenced in July 2001 after being convicted of breaking a 1999 state law that requires sellers of crystalized iodine to get customers' names, addresses and license-plate numbers.
A Lancaster Superior Court jury in April convicted Granicy and her sisters Ramona Beck and Dorothy Manning of breaking a 1999 state law that requires sellers of crystalized iodine to get customers' names, addresses and license-plate numbers.
She said she had no regrets about rejecting an prosecution offer before the trial to drop criminal charges in return for a promise not to sell the crystalized iodine for two years.
Granicy, 60, her husband, Robert Granicy, 64, who own Granicy's Square feed store, and Armitta's two sisters, Beck, 62, and Dorothy Manning, 67, who operate a gift boutique at the store, are charged with illegally selling crystalized iodine.
All four have pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges that they failed to comply with a 1999 state law requiring sellers of crystalized iodine - a horse medicine as well as a methamphetamine ingredient - to obtain identification and license plate numbers from customers.
Undercover officers say they bought more than 21 ounces of crystalized iodine in February 2000 in five separate purchases without providing the necessary identification.
A 1999 state law requires sellers of crystalized iodine, a common medicine used to treat animal diseases, to get the buyer's name, address, vehicle description and license plate number as well as a driver's license or state identification card number of the buyer.
Armitta Granicy, 59; Robert Granicy, 63; Beck, 61; and Manning, 67, have pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges that they failed to obtain and maintain records relating to the sale of crystalized iodine, an equine treatment that also can be used to make methamphetamine.
LANCASTER - Three Lancaster grandmothers and the husband of one of the women - accused of illegally selling crystalized iodine - rejected a proposed plea bargain Thursday that would have allowed them to avoid jail.
LANCASTER - Attorneys for three grandmothers arrested last month on suspicion of illegally selling crystalized iodine from a feed store say the charges are ``a sham.
LANCASTER - A Lancaster feed store's co-owner and two employees were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of illegally selling crystalized iodine, which deputies say is a key component in manufacturing the illicit drug methamphetamine.