Last week, Campbell County Sheriff’s Department officer Jeremy Myers was dispatched to a possible meth lab transaction.
Myers arrived at the Daniels Trailer Park just as Jessica Desiree Desotell, 22, was pulling into the area in her gray 1992 Toyota Corolla, said Sheriff Gary Perkins.
Desotell, currently on probation, was asked to exit the car and was searched by Myers.
Myers allegedly found a pipe, commonly used to smoke methamphetamine and a piece of tinfoil with meth residue, said Perkins.
Desotell was charged with possession of schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The passenger of the vehicle, Ronnie R. Larmer, 27, was also arrested at the scene and charged with public intoxication.
Larmer admitted to be under the influence of marijuana, according to Perkins.
Desotell and Larmer have both been released from the county jail and are set to appear in court for the charges this Friday.