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When she was pulled over, police said Reek made several “furtive movements” in her car.
Police said a digital scale was visible and there was white crystal residue on the surface area. When asked her name, Reek gave police a false name, according to a report.
Reek was placed in handcuffs, and police conducted a probable cause search and vehicle inventory before it was towed from the scene, the report said.
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Police found a syringe and magnetic box that was located on the outside of the car under the passenger side, according to the report.
While in the booking room of the city jail, police noticed that Reek was adjusting her shirt and while doing so, a folded plastic baggie containing about 2.2 grams of methamphetamine fell to the floor, according to the report.
Reek will have her preliminary hearing Aug. 20 in Middletown Municipal Court.