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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash.—Authorities arrested a woman Monday who admitted to smoking methamphetamine in the past but had no idea how the drugs and a pipe got into her pocket.

A Spokane County Sheriff’s Office deputy ran a license plate near Trent and Evergreen in Spokane Valley and it came back registered to a woman with a warrant out for her arrest. The deputy contacted the driver and she admitted she was Adrianne Hicks, the owner of the car. She also admitted she knew there was a warrant out for her arrest.

The deputy searched her clothing before placing her under arrest. He found a glass pipe, containing a white powdery substance, in Hicks’ front right shorts pocket. She told the deputy she didn’t know the last time she smoked. She acknowledged the pipe was for smoking methamphetamine but she had no idea how it got into her pocket. The deputy reported a test of the powdery substance came back positive as methamphetamine

Hicks was booked into the Spokane County Jail for the charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance, methamphetamine, and a misdemeanor DUI warrant.


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