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A Rome woman accused of having drug-related paraphernalia in her bra during a traffic stop in Silver Creek was arrested Saturday, according to Floyd County Jail records.

According to jail records:

Floyd County police officers arrested Debra Glen Thomas, 57, of 108 Black’s Bluff Road, during a traffic stop on Jack Street at Woodruff Street around 8:50 p.m.

She was charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of drug-related objects and failure to maintain lane.

Police said Thomas was driving in the middle of the road when patrol officers stopped her.

During the stop, police discovered Thomas had a plastic bag containing suspected methamphetamine.

Thomas had a glass smoking pipe caked with a white crystal residue suspected to also be methamphetamine and a needle in her bra believed to be used to administer the drug.

In Thomas’s purse, officers found two pills believed to be the anti-anxiety medication, Xanax.




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