A Stone County couple is facing charges after authorities found drugs and paraphernalia at a residence during a home probation visit, Saturday, June 8.
Court info says the couple at the residence, Judy Olveda and Anthony Crutchfield, were informed upon the arrival of Lt. Dammon McGilton and Sheriff Lance Bonds of the Stone County Sheriff’s Office the purpose of the probation visit. Olveda, who had an active search warrant on file, told the officers there was “nothing in the house.”
But after heading into Olveda’s bedroom, McGilton located baggies, digital scales, methamphetamine residue in a cut straw, a baggie with meth residue, a smoking pipe with meth residue, a baggie weighing 1.7 grams with a substance that field-tested positive for meth, and another baggie with less than a quarter of a gram of marijuana, according to court records
Olveda and Crutchfield were placed into custody and transported to the Stone County Jail.
The next day, June 9, both were interviewed individually. Crutchfield admitted to using marijuana and methamphetamine and that he had knowledge of the items found in the residence. Olveda admitted to using methamphetamine and that she has knowledge of the paraphernalia items found, as well, according to court info.
Crutchfield is facing one count of felony possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine and one count of felony possession of drug paraphernalia. Olveda is facing one felony count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
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