Two women arrested on meth charges during separate traffic stops

June 18, 2013 

— Police stopped Tabitha Lee Anne Christensen, 29, Monday after an officer observed her driving down the center of the street, straddling the double yellow line.

Christensen, of Caldwell, was arrested for driving on a suspended license and a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear.

When officers searched the woman after her arrest, they found a bag of methamphetamine and several syringes and needles, according to a police press release.

Christensen was booked into the Ada County Jail. She faces a felony charge of drug possession and misdemeanor charges for possession of paraphernalia, driving without privileges and failure to appear.

Later Monday night, police pulled over a different woman who was driving on Rose Hill Street without a front license plate.

The officer discovered that Alexandra M. Lafollette, 22, had an outstanding warrant for meth possession.

A K9 drug dog also alerted to Lafollette’s vehicle, where police found a pipe they believed had been used to smoke marijuana, police said.

The Boise woman was arrested and booked into the Ada County Jail. She faces a felony charge of methamphetamine possession and a misdemeanor charge for possession of drug paraphernalia.

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