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A woman has been accused of holding a white powder residue believed to be methamphetamine. Nicole Odekrik, 40, was charged Monday with third or subsequent offence possession of a controlled substance. North Liberty police stopped a vehicle because of what they called erratic driving. Odekrik was a passenger of the vehicle, the police complaint said. Officials found that Odekrik had an arrest warrant and proceeded to arrest her. According to the police complaint, a bag containing syringes was seen in plain view and Odekrik admitted they were for methamphetamine. The bag also contained a canister of white powder residue that officials believed to be methamphetamine. Officials also located a pill identified as Vyvanse, but Odekrik had no proof of a prescription, the complaint said. Third or subsequent offence possession of a controlled substance is a Class-D felony.


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