When Green was approached by an investigator, Cavender said she ran back inside. She tried to close the keypad entry door to escape, according to police.
However, investigators were able to find a way in and took her into custody. They found about 15 grams of meth and other drug-related paraphernalia on her as she was being detained, Cavender said.
In addition to the original meth possession charge, Green was arrested on charges of meth possession with the intent to distribute and felony obstruction, jail records show. She also faces two misdemeanor counts of possession of drug-related objects.
She posted a $12,000 bond and was released from the Troup County Jail on Monday.
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