Police were called Wednesday to the Shadow Run Lodge in Onalaska where the innkeeper said that people were in and out of one room and wanted the occupant removed.
According to a criminal complaint, Melissa Ozleplebici let them into the room, where police saw a digital scale and a large quantity of gem bags and a small bag with what appeared to be meth at her feet.
Ozleplebici refused to let officers search the room until they returned with a search warrant, which turned up a meth pipe and Adderall and oxycontin pills.
As she was being booked into jail, a jailer heard a crinkling plastic sound coming from Ozleplebici’s bra, and she eventually produced two bags containing a total of 53 grams of meth.
In addition to possession of meth, Ozleplebici was charged with possession of narcotics, drug paraphernalia and an illegally obtained prescription as well as felony bail jumping for violating the conditions of bond in an earlier drug case.
The meth charge carries a prison term of 1 to 25 years and up to 15 years on supervision.
Ozleplebici is being held on a $10,000 cash bond.