A woman arrested on charges of delivery, manufacture and possession of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school back in March was arrested again last week on various warrants and a parole violation, according to a news release from Medford Area Drug & Gang Enforcement.
Julie Reanne Love, 33, was in the Phoenix Ray’s Food Place parking lot Oct. 23 when police approached her. Love apparently recognized the investigator, yelled “No,” and threw a one-liter bottle of soda at police, but was arrested and taken into custody. Arresting officers found a quarter ounce of methamphetamine inside the bottle, the news release said.
Love is being held in the Jackson County Jail without bail on several charges that she failed to appear in court in the March case, that she violated her parole. She also faces new charges of possewssion and delivery of meth.
In March Love was charged with delivery, manufacture, and possession of methamphetamine within 1000′ of a school because she lived in the 700 block of Gilman Road in the Cascade Christian School neighborhood.