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By Roger Dey
Blackfoot Valley Dispatch 

Lincoln woman charged with felony drug possession


A Lewis and Clark County Deputy who stopped to check on two vehicles pulled onto the side of the road arrested a Lincoln woman late Thursday night, after discovering drugs and paraphernalia in her car.

According to court documents, deputies charged Michelle Candace King, 37, with one felony count of possession of methamphetamine, two misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana.

During the encounter, the second vehicle drove away while the deputy spoke to King, who was detained after he learned she was wanted for questioning in a mail theft case.

According to Deputy Robert Rivera's affidavit, King threw a glass pipe, which field tested positive for meth, into the grass after learning she was going to be searched.

After King agreed to let deputies search her car, they discovered a second gals pipe, a grinder and two small plastic bags that containing methamphetamine.

Deputies took King to the Lewis and Clark County detention center, where staff members doing a n inventory of her possessions found a plastic bag in her wallet that proved to contain marijuana. According to the affidavit, King admitted to possession of the marijuana and marijuana pipe, but claimed the meth and the meth pipe weren't hers.


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