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BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – A Bartlesville woman pulled over Sunday for not  wearing her seatbelt was reportedly caught with crystal meth. Police said she  told them she had planned on using it, but decided to sell it “to make some  money.”
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Ruby Denise Wimberly, 31, now faces a charge of  possession of methamphetamine with an intent to distribute.

Ruby Denise Wimberly, 31, now faces a charge of possession of  methamphetamine with an intent to distribute. She also faces traffic charges. According to the affidavit, shortly after 3 p.m., an officer on patrol  driving east on Frank Phillips saw a woman driving a green Pontiac while not  wearing her seatbelt. Stopping the car in the parking lot of Dollar  General on the 1500 block of S.W. Frank Phillips Boulevard, the officer spoke  with the driver, Wimberly, and determined she was driving on a suspended license  and had no insurance. According to the report, after being asked by  another officer at the scene if she had any illegal drugs or narcotics, Wimberly  handed over a baggie containing a clear crystal substance which she identified  as ice or crystal meth. When asked what she was going to do with it,  she said “I was going to use it, but then I decided to sell it. I was going to  make some money,” according to the report. A search of the vehicle  turned up an orange pill bottle bearing an orange sticky substance. Officers  also found a syringe with a needle in a black bag in the trunk. Asked  about the pill bottle, she reportedly responded, “I won’t tell you what was in  the bottle but I’ll tell you what I think it is,” saying then she thought it “might be melted Oxy capsules.” During her hearing in Washington County  District Court Monday, the judge set her bond to $25,000 with condition to get  drug and alcohol evaluation when released. He ordered her back on June  1.

 

 

 

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