Your question is VERY fact specific. And, as such, I cannot predict what crime, if any, that you may be charged with.
The above being said, it is possible that you that you would be charged with a Class C felony (sale and/or possession of a controlled substance).
Could you be charged as an accessory to a crime? Yes. But, being charged with a crime is much different than being convicted of a crime.
To be convicted of an accessory charge, the accused must generally be proved to have had actual knowledge that a crime was going to be, or had been, committed. Furthermore, there must be proof that the accessory knew that his or her action, or inaction, was helping the criminals commit the crime, or evade detection, or escape. A person who unknowingly houses a person who has just committed a crime, for instance, may not be charged with an accessory offense because they did not have knowledge of the crime.
If you had NO actual knowledge that the patches would be altered with poison, then it is possible that you could only be charged with possession and/or sale of a controlled substance. I provided the penalties in my previous answer.
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