Woman faces drug charges
Jacquelyn R. Meyer, 24, Ogdensburg, is charged with possession of narcotics, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing an officer and five counts of misdemeanor bail jumping.
On Sept. 28, Meyer appeared in court on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing an officer and a first drunken driving offense. She was released on a $1,000 signature bond.
At 1:15 a.m. Oct. 5, Weyauwega Police Officer Justin Malueg was on patrol when he observed a vehicle pull into a Citgo station and park at the pumps. A records check indicated the vehicle registration had expired on Sept. 16.
Malueg parked nearby on Lakeshore Drive, waited about 15 minutes, then drove back to the gas station as the car drove away. He made a traffic stop.
Malueg reported that Meyer appeared nervous and shaky, had bloodshot eyes and heroin-related paraphernalia had been found in her car during a prior traffic stop.
According to the criminal complaint, Meyer initially denied having any drugs in her vehicle.
When Malueg asked for her consent to search the car, she reportedly responded, “Um, I’m really kinda in a hurry.”
She then said he might find weed in the car.
Malueg reported finding a syringe, razor blades and alcohol wipes in the car.
In her purse, Malueg reported finding three syringes, a metal cooker, a glass pipe with burnt residue and $2,876 in cash.
A small purple container on Meyer’s keychain allegedly held two mini plastic bags, one with heroin and the other with crystal meth.
Meyer was released from custody after posting a $1,000 cash bail.