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Lufkin woman hits fire hydrant, gets arrested on meth charge

Bonnie Boles. Photo Source: Angelina County Jail. Bonnie Boles. Photo Source: Angelina County Jail.
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

A Lufkin woman was jailed Friday night after being found with numerous types of drugs, including meth.

Saturday night, a Lufkin officer made a normal traffic stop around 11:30 in the HEB parking lot. The officer heard a crash sound and saw the suspect's vehicle on the sidewalk after hitting a fire hydrant. Upon approaching the vehicle, Bonnie Boles who told him she was getting breakfast for her husband and that it was 6:15am, had shown several signs of intoxication and gave the officer permission to search her purse.

During the search, officers found a bong used for marijuana in her purse, and that Boles had numerous traffic warrants. She was transported to the Angelina County Jail. Once searched at the jail, officers discovered a plastic bag with a crystal substance in her pants, along with hydrocodone pills. The crystal substance was tested and confirmed to be meth.

Bonnie Boles has been charged with seven traffic warrants, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of dangerous drugs, and possession of a controlled substance.

Her bonds totaled over 4-thousand dollars.

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