Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Monroe woman on several drug charges last week after stopping the suspect’s automobile for an expired license plate.

The driver, who was identified as Sara M. Rogers, 30, of 308 80th St., Monroe, shoved an object into her pants, according to the Feb. 15 arrest report.

When asked about what she placed inside her pants, Rogers said, “About an ounce.”

That object was found to be a bag of methamphetamine.

After further investigation, deputies found more drugs in the woman’s room: marijuana, alprazolam tablets, tramadol tablets, a syringe of meth.

Roger’s three children, who were all under nine, also were at the home.

Rogers said all the drugs belonged to her.

She was booked at Ouachita Correctional Center on suspicion of possession of CDS 1 (first offense), possession of meth with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of CDS Schedule IV drugs, and possession of drugs in the presence of persons under 17.

 

 

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