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January 7, 2013

Pontotoc County woman arrested on drug-related charges


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Wilson said he started handcuffing Adams, but she pulled away from him, fell into the front seat of her car and did not obey his commands. Wilson and another deputy got Adams out of the car and put her on the ground, where Wilson finished handcuffing her.

After driving Adams to the jail, Wilson took the baggie containing the crystal-like substance to the sheriff’s office for testing, according to his report. The substance tested positive for meth, and the baggie and the substance were sent to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for a lab analysis.

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