AUBURN – Nemaha County has four separate cases in county court alleging methamphetamine possession.
Anthony J. Wynn, 25, and Brandis Kellum, 29, both of Omaha, are scheduled for Feb. 13 preliminary hearings on charges of possession of meth. Court records say the men were passengers in a Dec. 22 traffic stop.
Melissa Soto-Baker, 40, of Auburn was arrested following a Jan. 21 traffic stop in Auburn. Court records say she was subject to an arrest warrant and meth was found during a search of her purse at the county jail.
The arrest warrant for Soto-Baker was issued regarding three counts alleging possession of alprazolam, codeine and hydrocodone.
Sarah Garrison, 53, of Auburn is charged with possession of meth and subsequent offense driving under the influence.
An arrest affidavit says a sheriff’s deputy noticed her car parked the wrong way in Auburn on Jan. 15. The deputy said after he awoke Garrison in the driver’s seat, he found a light bulb and napkin in her hand. The light bulb was field tested for meth.
The Nemaha County Attorney’s Office indicates 2005 and 2006 convictions in Texas for driving under the influence.