Crime-Finders: Woman errs, arrest follows

By O’Sean Hennessey | Beacon news-compilation artist

Photo illustration of what allegedly transpired.

According to Bass Lake Authority Police, an arrest was made last weekend following an incident.

Sometime around 10:45 p.m. Saturday, officers stopped a 27-year-old female after she was seen acting suspiciously in a parking lot, based on witness reports.

Officers arrived, identified the female, and determined she was trespassing on private property, said BLAP chief Tug McNabb.

“She was located at a place that didn’t belong to her,” McNabb said. “That’s asking for trouble.”

Following a 91-minute investigation, it was learned the woman was in possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and had a pending arrest warrant. She also may have been involved in a fender-bender within the past six months, although nobody can confirm it.

She was taken into custody without incident and jailed. Her attorney was not available for comment, because she doesn’t have one yet.

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