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TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) – Authorities said they found drugs in a woman’s underwear as two Tippecanoe County women face a trio of meth-related felony charges.      Court documents show that on June 27, a state trooper stopped a car on State Road 25 north of Interstate 65 driven by 31-year-old Haley Brooks-Miller of West Point, with 31-year-old Amber Rice of Lafayette in the front seat, along with a male passenger in the back seat.

Mugshot of Haley Brooks-MillerMugshot of Amber Rice

 

Authorities said they found a 74-gram bag of meth on Brooks-Miller and a 50-gram bag of meth on Rice along with drug paraphernalia in the car. When Rice was taken to jail, officers said they found a pipe hidden in her body.  Court documents reveal that Rice told them Brooks-Miller had given the contraband to her when the traffic stop was made. Each woman faces a methamphetamine dealing charge, a methamphetamine possession charge and a charge of possession of a schedule II controlled substance.

 

 

 

 

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