THAYER -- After being charged last month with felony conspiracy to commit burglary and felony conspiracy to commit stealing, Dustin J. Frillman, 17, of Thayer turned the tables on a local woman and told Thayer Police Chief David Bailey that he was told a Thayer woman, Judith Warren, was suppose to have two pounds of marijuana and pills for sale.
In a probable cause statement supplied by the Thayer Police Department, Bailey with the assistance of Assistant Police Chief Michael Bunting went to Warren's residence on East Adams Street in Thayer to talk to her about what they had been told about the drugs.
Warren, 46, agreed to let officer Bunting search her home. She also informed the officers that she had marijuana and some pills in her pillow case.
Bunting stated he found a black bag that contained several bags of marijuana, electronic scales and money in a pillow case. In a another pillow, he found a small plastic case with prescription pills inside. On the night stand were two pipes that had been used. In a dresser, Bunting found some sandwich baggies and a grinder. The top right drawer of the dresser contained some glass pipes used in smoking methamphetamine. Next to the chair in the bedroom was a large bong used for smoking marijuana.
Warren was transported to the police station and Bunting weighed the marijuana. The marijuana weighed approximately one and one-half ounce. Warren told the officers some of the pills they seized were xanax, methadone and soma.
All the items were sent to the state crime lab to be analyzed.
Warren was charged with possession of a controlled substance.