OSAGE | A traffic stop has led to a felony meth charge for an Osage woman.
Rebecca Sue Worth, 45, was stopped by an officer for driving without license plates Oct. 9, according to an Osage Police Department criminal complaint.
The officer determined Worth was on federal probation for drug-related convictions and requested consent to search her vehicle, according to the complaint.
The search yielded a glass pipe and a clear, plastic baggie with meth, the officer said.
Upon being placed in the squad Car, Worth told the officer she had a baggie of meth in her pocket and didn’t want to enter the jail with it as contraband, the complaint states.
Upon searching the remainder of her vehicle, the complaint says the officer found an additional bag of meth and a homemade urine catheter.
Worth admitted she used manufactured urine and the homemade catheter to provide a urine sample to her probation officer, according to the complaint.
Worth has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance – third offense.
She is being held in the Bremer County Jail. A court date hasn’t been set.