A Parker County grand jury last week indicted a Millsap woman on methamphetamine charge, more than a year after records show her son tested positive for the illegal drug.

Shelby Leigh Pattillo, 40, faces a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram. 5834eca641e2a_image

According to the probable cause affidavit, Pattillo was arrested the night of Oct. 3 when a Parker County sheriff’s deputy stopped the vehicle she was driving for failure to signal a lane change.

Pattillo appeared nervous, according to Deputy Gerry Olson, who wrote that he obtained consent to search her vehicle and, inside her purse, found methamphetamine, glass pipes, spoons, lighters and alprozolam without a prescription bottle.

After spending several days in jail, Pattillo was released on bond.

Glenn Pattillo, Shelby Pattillo’s ex-husband, last year provided documentation to the Democrat showing their son, three years old at the time, repeatedly tested positive for methamphetamine and hydrocodone while living with his mother in early 2015.

Pattillo said he began drug testing his son and renewed his attempts to obtain custody of the boy after a relative of Shelby Pattillo’s expressed his concern for the preschooler’s well-being.

Shelby Pattillo tested positive for methamphetamine and hydrocodone while the boy’s father and his now-stepmother cooperated with CPS and passed drug tests, according to court records.

Reached by phone last year, Shelby Pattillo declined to discuss the issue.

Both Glenn Pattillo and CPS sought to have the boy removed from his mother’s custody.

However, 415th District Judge Graham Quisenberry declined to do so.

Documents provided by Glenn Pattillo showed hair follicle tests for Warren were performed in February, March, April and May of 2015 and that levels of methamphetamine and hydrocodone increased after CPS began investigating and the court was notified. The levels later dropped, according to the records.

After her arrest in October, Shelby Pattillo agreed to a change in the legal arrangement, according to Glenn Pattillo, who said the boy now lives with him and visits his mother on designated days.

Pattillo said the boy was doing well.

Others indicted last week include:

  • Angelica Marie Guerra, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Bryan Lee Lomas, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
  • Joseph Alfred Pina III, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Hubert Kent Burdick, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Allen Roscoe-Tanner Pearson, credit or debit card abuse of the elderly and fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, less than five, elderly.
  • Jordan Ann Matlock, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Eduardo Ismael Rodriguez, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than a gram, less than 4 grams, and two counts of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • William Austin Black, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
  • Marie Elizabeth Odom, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Charles Wayne Martin, assault of a family member with a previous conviction.
  • Emily Nicholasa Shaw, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.
  • Scotty Joe Obannon, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
  • Jenny Mae Prescott, forgery of a government/national instrument/money/security.
  • Douglas Duane Jenks, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
  • Jordan Michael Hunt, aggravated robbery.
  • Chadwick Andrew Street, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle.

 

 

 

 

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