Traffic stop leads to narcotics arrest in Anderson

Jul 2, 2014 11:10 AM by News Staff

Anderson Police found heroin, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and drug paraphernalia after pulling a vehicle over for an expired registration early Tuesday morning.

The officer recognized the driver of the vehicle as 37-year-old Mildred Mayree Romans and knew she had given him a false identification.

After questioning Romans she gave police her real identity and officers discovered she had four felony warrants, which she was subsequently taken into custody for.

A search of the vehicle revealed a citation that had been written to Romans under a false identification during a previous stop as well as meth, heroin and dangerous drug paraphernalia.

Romans was booked into the Shasta County Jail for her four Felony warrants and one misdemeanor warrant.

She was also booked for two counts of Felony possession of controlled substances, misdemeanor possession of dangerous drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor driving on an expired license, and misdemeanor providing a false name to an officer. Additional felony charges of will be sought for two counts of Transportation of Controlled Substances and providing the name and identifying information of another.


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