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A glass smoking pipe and a container with a white crystalline substance fell out of an overturned green Honda as a wrecker service was turning the car right side up.

The car was directly in front of the Ace Hardware store on 4th St. in Chickasha.

Chickasha Police responded to the scene earlier. The driver, Peyton Quillin, told Officer Preston Hodge that she thought she had fallen asleep and wrecked.

Quillin refused medical treatment and signed a waiver saying she did not need treatment. Hodge reported Quillin was unsteady on her feet, had slurred speech and was acting restless and nervous.

Quillin denied consuming any alcohol or illicit drugs. Hodge reported that Quillin performed poorly during a field sobriety test.

A Chickasha Police Officer took inventory of the car later and found a green leafy substance and a metal smoking pipe.

Quillin was placed under arrest for driving under the influence. She agreed to take the state test at Grady Memorial Hospital.

While at the hospital, Quillin told a Chickasha Police Officer that she had consumed methamphetamine three days ago and admitted she “popped hot” for methamphetamine when she gave the hospital staff a blood and urine sample.

Quillin was transported to the Grady County Jail where she was booked for driving under the influence, possession and other drug related charges, according to the incident report.

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