Woman Reportedly Throws Meth Out of Truck at Safety Checkpoint
Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 36-year-old Tulsan Friday night after she reportedly threw bags of methamphetamine out of her vehicle at a safety checkpoint on Highway 412.
After witnessing the suspect throw meth out of a vehicle at approximately 8 p.m. at the checkpoint set up at 12900 West Highway 412, deputies asked her to get out of her truck.
The suspect, Pamela Gibson, reportedly told deputies that she had used meth earlier in the day. The substance in the bags tested positive for meth.
TCSO deputies reported the meth recovered weighed a total of 89.2 grams.
Gibson was booked on complaints of trafficking methamphetamine and driving under the influence of drugs. She has since been released on bond.
A source told KTUL that Gibson's husband, Gregory was arrested a few weeks on trafficking methamphetamine complaints. Police report that during a search of Gregory Gibson's vehicle after a traffic stop, large amounts of meth were found in his vehicle.
He is in jail on $100,000 bond.