Lee County deputies reported finding crystal methamphetamine and heroin on passengers of a suspicious car seen leaving an area known for drug activity.
Narcotics agents of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office said they were staking out the area at 9:30 p.m. June 15 when they saw an “unfamiliar” Chevrolet Silverado leave a home on Johnson Cemetery Road.
They followed the vehicle and saw it commit “several traffic violations” and conducted a traffic stop on Blacks Chapel Road, according to an LCSO release. “Agents discovered that two of the three occupants were in possession of a controlled substance.”
Suanne Robyn Halverson, 27, of Brush, Colorado, is charged with possessing a gram of crystal meth and drug paraphernalia. Edward Oliver Jr., 41, of 132 Oliver Road, Cameron, is charged with possessing a 10th-of-a-gram of heroin and drug paraphernalia. Deputies booked them both into the Lee County Detention Center on $5,000 bonds.