Winder Police: Suspect Left Baggie Containing Crack Cocaine in Patrol Car
The passenger was charged with possession of a controlled substance following a recent traffic stop.
According to a Winder Police Department incident report, a Braselton woman left a baggie containing crack cocaine in the back of an officer's patrol car.
On Wednesday, Sept. 19, an officer executed a traffic stop on a vehicle that turned left on a Winder street marked for a right turn only.
The driver and a passenger were both questioned. When the passenger became nervous and upset and kept wanting to leave, an officer asked to search the vehicle. The passenger, who appeared to be intoxicated, was seated in the back of a patrol car while the vehicle was searched. When the suspect was allowed to go into a gas station to use the restroom, an officer found a small, plastic baggie containing a white, rock-like substance that tested positive for crack cocaine.
Lynette Liquori, 40, of 5908 Park Bond Ave. in Braselton, was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Liquori was transported and released to the Barrow County Detention Center.
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