Women Arrested for Bringing Meth to Her Court Case

A 25-year-old Tessa B. Lilly decided it was ‘bring your drugs to court day’ and went to her court case for charges of driving with a suspended license and pick-pocketing, but added on possession of methamphetamine as well.

That’s right, Lilly entered the courthouse, emptied her pockets to go through the metal detector and dropped her small bag with a rock. The officer noticed it and requested it be inspected, which prompted her to try and say that it was makeup for a unique skin treatment.

The special investigations unit tested it in revealing that it was actually 1.44 grams of meth.

Lilly has actually been arrested for narcotics in each of the last two years as well. She currently remains jailed and tabbed with a $30,000 bond.


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