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A Winnsboro woman was arrested on drug charges by Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s deputies assigned to the street crime apprehension team (SCAT) in West Monroe last week.

Jessica Redd, 28, of 8614 Hwy 17, Winnsboro, told deputies they could search bags which she said belonged to her during a search of a car she was sitting in, according to the arrest affidavit of probable cause.

In her bags, deputies found a meth pipe, bags and a digital scale. In her purse, deputies found a medicine bottle with several Morphine pills. The bottle had no label on it. Redd told deputies she had a prescription for the pills but was unable to produce one.

Deputies also found in her purse a $1 bill that was folded up and contained suspected methamphetamine in it. There was $1,500 in the car that no passengers would claim. Redd ultimately claimed $700 belonged to her.

Redd told deputies she did not know any of the drugs were in her purse or wallet. Redd was booked at Ouachita Correctional Center on suspicion of possession of morphine, possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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