WORTHINGTON — The discovery of crystal and liquid methamphetamine inside a vehicle led to the Sept. 17 arrest of Olivia Rose Saddler, 33, of Lakefield.
Saddler was reportedly driving over the posted 30 mile per hour speed limit in the city of Worthington when law enforcement initiated a traffic stop. During a conversation with Saddler, the law enforcement officer smelled marijuana in the vehicle.
In a subsequent search of the vehicle, 2.79 grams of crystal meth, a glass pipe with meth residue, and a hypodermic needle and syringe loaded with liquid meth were reportedly discovered. In addition, a pill bottle allegedly contained one marijuana bud.
Sadler is charged with two counts of felony-level fifth-degree drug possession, along with one gross misdemeanor fifth-degree possession count, one misdemeanor possession of hypodermic syringe/needle, and one petty misdemeanor count for possession of drug paraphernalia.