Ashley Brooker and Nicholas Doyle pled guilty late last month to driving under the influence of methamphetamine and possession of meth, respectively, according to the Stillwater, Minn. Patch.
The couple was arrested in November when a Stillwater police officer received a call about a woman sitting in a parked car outside a hospital who "seemed to be under the influence of some type of narcotic," according to an arrest report sent to The Huffington Post.
The officer found Brooker frantically searching the car. She insisted she was looking for her boyfriend's finger that he had sliced off.
After a bit of investigating, the officer discovered that Doyle had not cut his digit off, but had merely cut his finger, the report said.
Police found several loaded syringes and other evidence of meth, according to the report. A toxicology test performed on Brooker came back positive for the drug.
Patch previously reported that Doyle and Brooker both face up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.