Two southern Wyoming residents were arrested after a late-night traffic stop yesterday uncovered felony amounts of liquid methamphetamine, Campbell County Sheriff Scott Matheny said Monday morning.
Deputies have charged 29-year-old Breanna Oliver and 35-year-old Paul Munoz, both from Cheyenne, with felony possession of liquid methamphetamine after they were stopped on Highway 59 and Hwy 14-16 by the Sinclair gas station Sunday at 11:34 p.m., per Matheny.
The reason for the stop was that Oliver, identified as the driver of a silver 2005 Kia Spectra, reportedly failed to maintain a single lane of travel moments before being contacted by deputies. During the stop, a K9 deputy allegedly indicated to the odor a controlled substance in the vehicle, Matheny said.
During a subsequent search of the vehicle, Matheny continued, deputies located nearly 32.5 grams of suspected liquid methamphetamine, less than one-tenth of a gram of crystal meth, and several meth pipes.
Approximately 25.7 grams of the liquid meth, along with a small portion of the crystal, allegedly belonged to Oliver while the rest belonged to Munoz, per Matheny.
Munoz was also found to have a warrant out of Laramie County for failing to appear on charges consisting of domestic battery.
Both were taken into custody without incident and were transported to the Campbell County Detention Center to be held for court, Matheny said.