A Montague County woman has new charges after Electra police said she had meth in her car and a meth pipe and a rubber hose hidden in her private area.
Megan Danielle Nicholson, 28, is charged with tampering with evidence and manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
Officers said they stopped a car driven by Nicholson and her license was suspended and had no proof of insurance.
The police officers said when Nicholson was taken to jail, they called for a female dispatcher to the cell because Nicholson was reporting quote: “female problems.”
They said Nicholson then removed a meth pipe attached to about a foot of hose from her private area and tried twice to flush it down the toilet, but it did not go down and officers retrieved it.
Police said they also found 27 clear baggies of meth in her car.
Nicholson has convictions of possession of drugs, fraud involving an elderly person, and organized criminal activity.