Coffeyville woman arrested for federal warrant; tries to sneak meth into DOC

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Kan. – Independence Police Officers arrested a woman wanted by U.S. Marshalls for a previous narcotics case.

Police say they stopped a 2001 GMC Yukon when officers noticed the tags belonged to a different vehicle.

Deputies then identified the driver as Jade T.M. Ramirez-Gonzalez of Coffeyville, Kansas.

During the traffic stop, deputies learned Jade had an active federal warrant from the US Marshalls, which stemmed from a narcotics case. Officials say they took Jade into custody for the warrant.

Deputies later searched the vehicle and discovered marijuana inside.

When deputies booked Jade into the correctional facility, they discovered she attempted to bring methamphetamine along.

Montgomery County Officers requested the following charges:

  • no vehicle registration
  • no liability insurance
  • possession of methamphetamine
  • possession of drug paraphernalia
  • possession of marijuana
  • trafficking contraband into a correction facility

This case has been sent to the Montgomery County Attorney’s Office for review and proper charging. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

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