Fugitive search warrant uncovers meth

Fugitive search warrant uncovers meth

LAWTON, Okla._Detectives with the Lawton Police Department and a U.S. Marshal arrested a woman Tuesday morning and uncovered methamphetamine while they served a fugitive search warrant.

Detectives and the U.S. Marshal served a fugitive search warrant at a home on the 100 block of Northeast Bell Avenue at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. During the search, they found 37-year-old Christina Marie Myrick and a man in the home's master bedroom. Detectives found a glass and plastic pipe with meth residue on a table in the room and a baggie with .3 grams of meth in the table's drawer. Myrick was arrested to taken to the Lawton City Jail for two outstanding Comanche County warrants.

Lawton Police detectives returned to the home shortly after 11:00 a.m. the same day with a search warrant to check the rest of the home after finding meth during their first encounter. Detectives found three glass meth pipes, a counterweight set, a digital scale and a water bong in one of the home's bedrooms. A dresser in the same bedroom also had a glass meth pipe, plastic baggies with meth residue, three plastic baggies with meth, two more digital scales, a bong, a funnel and $3,173 in cash.

The four baggies of meth found in the home had a combined weight on 2.1 grams.

Complaints of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia were added to Myrick's list of charges.