Officer goes to look for dog; instead finds married couple with a loaded syringe

32-year-olds Randy and Lindsay Armbrust were charged with possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia when an officer found them in a Jeep with a loaded syringe in plain view while looking for a dog.

On August 30th, Officer Novenario was inspecting the area of 452 Circle Drive regarding a dog at large when he made contact with Lindsay and Randy Armbrust. They were in a silver Jeep just outside of the residence at the aforementioned location where reportedly the owner of the at large dog resided. Randy told the officer that the dog he was searching for belonged to his mother, Leanne Little, who was inside the home.

When the officer asked them to get out of the vehicle to get Little he noticed a loaded syringe right in the center cupholder. They both told the officer that they had no idea that the loaded syringe was inside the Jeep. Officer Novenario conducted a probable cause search of both Lindsay and Randy that yielded two used syringes. The contents of said syringes tested positive for methamphetamine which they both denied ownership of after being Mirandized.

Randy and Lindsay Armbrust were arrested and charged with methamphetamine violations and unlawful drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $5,000. Lindsay is currently jailed in lieu of a$5,000 bond.

Sebastian Shaw

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