Bossier City woman arrested on drug charges
A Bossier City woman was arrested Wednesday morning after she was found to be in possession of drugs and paraphernalia.
Blanchard Police Officer Cpl.
B.K. Anderson was on patrol when he spotted a black 2001 Pontiac Firebird that was reported to be stolen in the parking lot of the Dollar General store. Anderson saw a female walking from the car to the Dumpster.
Anderson confirmed the vehicle matched the stolen-vehicle report and identified the woman as Stephanie MacLaine Jobe, 38, of 1313 Montgomery Lane in Bossier City.
Jobe told the officer that the Pontiac belonged to her mother, who is deceased, and that her stepfather must have filed the stolen report on it.
Anderson ran checks on Jobe and found her to be wanted out of Orange County, Fla., for probation violation.
Jobe was placed under arrest, and the vehicle was searched.
During the search, Anderson found six syringes loaded with suspected methamphetamine and morphine, two small plastic bags with a small amount of suspected meth, two used syringes, seven ing pipe with suspect meth in it. He also recovered a fuel pump and CDs that were the subjects of During questioning, Jobe said she had a problem with narcotics and the items found in the car She was charged with felony phernalia, possession of schedule sion of schedule II drugs (meth) new syringes and a glass smok- burglaries outside of Blanchard. were hers. illegal possession of stolen things, possession of drug para- I drugs (morphine) and posses- and booked into the Caddo Correctional Center.