BOISE -- Police found a Caldwell woman in possession of meth and several syringes and needles, while making a traffic stop on Monday night.
Officers say 29-year-old Tabitha Christensen was pulled over after she repeatedly straddled the double yellow median lines, while driving. After making the stop, police found a baggie full of meth, along with the syringes and needles used to inject it.
They also found Christensen with a suspended drivers license, and police pulled up a warrant on their records for her failing to appear in court on a past charge.
Christensen is expected to be in court on Tuesday afternoon for felony possession of a controlled substance, as well as the three misdemeanors for drug paraphernalia possession, driving without privileges, and previously failing to appear in court.