MASON CITY | A Mason City woman was released from jail after she was accused of stealing keys from a vehicle at Walmart and having a glass pipe “tucked between her legs” upon arrest early Saturday morning, police say.
Jacqueline Finck, 28, is charged with third-degree burglary-motor vehicle, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Finck allegedly entered an unoccupied red 2001 Dodge Ram in the Walmart parking lot about 2:09 a.m. Saturday, according to charging documents.
Police say she didn't have the owner's permission to do so and took a set of keys that didn't belong to her from the truck.
She was arrested at a residence in Willowgreen Court in Mason City.
Court documents say Fink admitted to an officer at the scene that she had a clear, glass pipe used to smoke methamphetamine "tucked between her legs."
Finck posted 10 percent of her $2,000 bond Wednesday and was released from Cerro Gordo County Jail.
She is set to appear in Cerro Gordo County District Court Jan. 23 for the burglary charge.
A non-jury trial for the possession of drug paraphernalia charge is July 13.
— Courtney Fiorini