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COQUILLE, Ore. – A woman faces accusations she tried to smuggle a bag of meth into the Coos County Jail concealed inside a hollowed-out bar of soap, narcotics detectives said.

That incident happened May 26, according to the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team.

Detectives stopped the suspect’s vehicle June 16 in Coquille.

During the stop, the Coquille Police K-9 Kara alerted handlers to the presence of methamphetamine inside the car, police said.

Officers found a small bag of suspected meth and $925 in cash, according to police.

Police took the suspect – 48-year-old Angelica Yarnell-Ross of Coquille – into custody on charges of Supplying Contraband, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and Delivery of Methamphetamine.

Deputies located additional meth hidden in her clothes as Yarnell-Ross was booked into the jail, police said.

 

 

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