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Amanda C. Riley, 34, Springfield, was charged in Dallas County Circuit Court with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine and hydrocodone, on Oct. 29.

A warrant for her arrest was issued Oct. 30, and bond has been set at $100,000.

In his probable cause statement, Officer Jeremy Gann of the Buffalo Police Department said that on Oct. 29 while on patrol on North Locust Street he observed a white Dodge Stratus with invalid license plates that checked back to 2013. He then observed the car travel onto Morrow Street while not using a turn signal. He stopped the vehicle on Morrow Street and made contact with the driver, who granted consent to search, the report said.

Officer Gann reported that upon searching he located two methamphetamine pipes; two bags of meth which field tested positive for methamphetamine and later weighed at the police department as six grams; two hydrocodone/acetaminophen pills that were validated as such from; and one counterfeit $50 bill that was checked with a monetary marker pen.

He said he also located one bag of marijuana, one cut straw, and two invalid/printed stickers for license plates. He noticed that the 5-month-old child in the rear seat was not buckled into the car, and the driver could not provide proof of insurance on the vehicle.

Riley also was charged with several misdemeanors.





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