A 20-year-old Casper woman was arrested, following a routine traffic stop, after police allege that methamphetamine residue and paraphernalia were found in her vehicle.
Casper police say that 20-year-old Alyssa Frechea was arrested and booked on a recommended charge of Controlled Substance Possession- Methamphetamine, during the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 11th.
In an arrest affidavit, police say that they were patrolling near West Collins and Cherry Street in Casper, when they observed a vehicle turn without signaling. Officers further say that the vehicle did not have any visible registration.
Officers pulled the vehicle over near South Poplar Street and West Midwest Avenue, and made contact with the vehicle driver, identified as Frechea.
Police note that Frechea was given written citations for Improper Registration, and No Proof of Insurance. Following the citations, the affidavit says that Frechea gave consent to the officers to conduct a search of the car.
Police note during the search, that they discovered two pipes, jewelers bags with suspected methamphetamine residue, and other paraphernalia.
Frechea was arrested and transported to the Natrona County Detention Center without further reported incident.
All of those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filings from the Natrona County District Attorney’s Office.