A 48-year-old Helena girl has been charged with felony possession of harmful medication after she was discovered slumped behind the wheel of her automobile with the engine working, authorities mentioned.
A Lewis and Clark sheriff’s deputy was dispatched at 12:35 a.m. Wednesday to the 400 block of West Major Avenue in East Helena for a report of a maroon sports activities utility automobile that was in a parking house for a number of hours.
The deputy noticed a girl, later recognized as Lorinda Okay. Niblack, slumped behind the wheel who seemed to be sleeping. The deputy awakened the girl, who mentioned she was positive, in response to court docket paperwork. Dispatchers advised the deputy the girl had a number of warrants, and she or he was arrested and brought to the Lewis and Clark County Detention Middle, the place she was searched by employees.
Authorities mentioned they discovered a white crystalline substance in her jacket and she or he advised them it was methamphetamine. A take a look at confirmed it was meth, officers mentioned.
She appeared Wednesday in Helena Justice Courtroom.
All charged are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible.