State Police Arrest Washington Woman Traveling with 24 Pounds of Meth
Monday, November 23, 2015
Teri L. Baker, 55, of Washington was stopped by an Oregon State Trooper for traveling 73 MPH in a 60 MPH zone while driving on Interstate 5 in Lane County. During the traffic stop the trooper observed signs of criminal activity and searched the vehicle with the assistance of a drug detection canine from the Springfield Police Department.
During the search, the found a hidden compartment inside the vehicle which contained roughly 24.4pound of crystal methamphetamine was seized.
Baker was booked at Lane County Jail on November 20 on charges of unlawful possession and delivery of methamphetamine.
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