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Police make drug arrest after woman fails to signal

LAWTON, Okla._Lawton Police took meth off the streets of Lawton following a woman's arrest after she failed to use her turn signal.

Nina Robinson was westbound on Southwest ‘G’ Avenue just before 1:00 p.m. Tuesday when she turned onto Southwest 17th Street without using her turn signal. Robinson then made a few more turns without using her turn signal before police pulled her over. Police say Robinson checked on her center console and looked nervous when police met with her.

Police told Robinson to get out of her car and she did, but she kept reaching into her pockets. When asked if she had anything illegal in the car or in her purse, Robinson admitted there might be a “bowl.” Two glass pipes and digital scales were found in her purse. A female detective was called to search Robinson and she found two packets containing a total of approximately 2.9 grams of methamphetamine in Robinson’s pockets.

In a recent interview with the Lawton police Department concerning recent drug arrests, Lieutenant John Mull explained his detectives are constantly following leads to get drugs off of Lawton’s streets.

Robinson was arrested on a complaint of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and for having drug paraphernalia.

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