(Gillette, Wyo.) A Casper woman was arrested yesterday morning after providing officers with a false ID and being found with various drug paraphernalia that contained methamphetamine residue.
On the morning of Dec. 5, police responded to the Rodeway Inn after it was reported that a tenant was supposedly attempting to leave without paying for her room, said Police Detective Jason Marcus.
When officers contacted the woman, she reportedly provided officers with a New Mexico ID with a photo that did not match the appearance of the woman, Marcus said.
Further investigation of the incident identified the female as 21-year-old Shalynn Muniz, from Casper, who is currently on probation.
While they were speaking with her, officers reportedly saw various drug paraphernalia inside of her room.
Allegedly, Muniz provided officers her consent for them to search the room. The paraphernalia found inside the room contained a crystalline residue that tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine, Marcus said.
Officers contacted Muniz’s probation officer, who issued an arrest and hold order for Muniz.
Muniz was taken into custody and further cited for interference as well as for providing officers with a false ID.