Don Furr and Elizabeth Catlett charged with drugs possession after being pulled over and discovered to be DUI, with female driver blaming her brother for feeding her meth sandwich.
Never drink and drive and eat meth sandwiches.
A female driver who failed sobriety tests after being pulled over while driving in Arkansas under the influence, has blamed her brother— for feeding her a ‘meth sandwich,’ according to cops.
Elizabeth Marie Catlett, 29, was stopped in Hot Springs for driving without headlights in the dark at 6:30 a.m. Sunday. Officers searched the woman after smelling marijuana in the car along with observing the woman respond in a ‘quick, nervous manner,’ according to an arrest affidavit cited by the Sentinel-Record.
Upon cops finding baggies in her pocket with methamphetamine residue, documents stated the female driver ‘quickly’ insisting that they were not hers and that ‘someone else put it there.’
But there’s more.
Elizabeth Catlett then told officers if she ‘pops hot’ in sobriety tests, it was because her brother ‘fed her a sandwich contaminated with meth‘ after visiting him in a hospital, according to the probable cause affidavit.
Catlett — who failed three field sobriety tests — also suggested her brother may have drugged her drink, saying the hospital visit left her feeling like ‘when she used to use meth.’
A regard of Catlett’s person led to officers noted the woman exhibiting track marks and damaged teeth consistent with ‘frequent narcotics usage.’
No more meth sandwiches.
Her passenger, Don Russell Furr, 33 — who told cops there was ‘ICE’ and a ‘meth shake’ in the car — also confessed the pair having used meth before going to the hospital, cops said.
Catlett was charged with possession of meth with purpose to deliver, four counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated. She was held on a $14,500 bond.
Furr was also charged with possession and held on a $13,500 bond. Both are set to appear Monday in Garland County District Court.