Convicted robber back in jail

WICHITA FALLS - A convicted robber who was arrested twice late last year on drug charges is back in jail on new drug charges and violation of her bonds on the previous charges.

32-year-old Liana Noah has bonds of $160,000.

She was arrested last evening in a traffic stop on Jacksboro Highway when officers spotted her and knew she was wanted on outstanding warrants.

A K9 officer said his dog gave an alert for narcotics, and a search turned up meth in a glasses case and also in a safe in the back seat.    

Officers say more meth was found concealed in Noah's underwear after a search at the jail.

In Sept., police arrested Noah at the Wayfarer Motel after they say they were serving a warrant and when a woman opened the door, they saw Noah in plain sight weighing meth on a scale.

Officers say they also found social security cards, credit cards and identification cards belonging to other people.

About two weeks later, Noah was arrested in another traffic stop and charged with possession of meth.

Noah's robbery conviction was for an armed robbery at a donut shop on Brook Avenue in 2011 when police say the owner was tied up and struck in the head with a handgun and robbed by Noah and a man who broke in after closure.

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