A Saylorsburg woman arrested by Tamaqua police for drug crimes has been freed from jail, but must abide by a strict set of conditions.
Noelle Parisi, 28, of Saylorsburg, had her bail reduced by Judge James Goodman from $25,000 to $5,000, meaning she had to post $500 to gain her freedom.
Under Goodman's orders, Parisi must live with her grandfather, Cornelius England; must not possess or use alcoholic beverages, controlled substances or drug paraphernalia; and must get a job within 30 days or notify the district attorney.
Parisi had been charged by Tamaqua police with two felony counts of manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance, and criminal use of a communication facility, and a misdemeanor charge of possessing a prescribed drug not meant for her.
The charges stemmed from a May 21 incident. No other details were available about her arrest.