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Lawton woman sentenced to prison time on drug arrest

Lawton, OKLA._A woman convicted of drug possession after being arrested in a drug bust back in February will serve one year in prison.

Prosecutors say Kimba Geiger found an unusual place to hide the drugs. Geiger was a passenger in a car that officers pulled over near Sheridan and Ferris. Officers say Geiger was acting suspicious, so they brought in a K-9 drug unit to check her out. The dog alerted the officers, who then told Geiger to get out of the car. When she did, a bag of meth fell out of her pants.

She also told officers she had over two grams of marijuana hidden inside her body.

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