Female Passenger in Stranded Car Arrested on Drug Possession

Female Passenger in Stranded Car Arrested on Drug Possession

Officers located a bag in the floorboard under where 23-year-old Lindsey Miller was sitting that contained two pill bottles with an undisclosed liquid. Officers also located another baggie with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, and 49 Xanax bars (or pills). The liquid was later determined to be liquid Hydrocodone.
AMARILLO -- On Sunday at 1:30 a.m., Amarillo Police were called out to the 600 block of Amarillo Blvd East on a stranded vehicle. 
When Police arrived, they located a white Buick sitting in the middle of the road with no headlights on. The officers approached the vehicle and spoke with the occupants. The vehicle was driven by a male with a female in the front passenger seat and another male in the back seat. 

As officers were speaking with the occupants they observed a shotgun on the front seat between the driver and passenger. For the officers safety they removed the occupants and asked for and received consent to search the vehicle. 

Officers located a bag in the floorboard under where 23-year-old Lindsey Miller was sitting that contained two pill bottles with an undisclosed liquid. Officers also located another baggie with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, and 49 Xanax bars (or pills). The liquid was later determined to be liquid Hydrocodone. 

Miller was arrested and booked into the Potter County Correction Center for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 3 over 28 grams less than 200 grams, and for Possession of Marijuana under 2 ounces. 

The two other occupants of the vehicle were released. 
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