Police find meth, baby squirrel in woman's purse during traffic stop
GLENPOOL, OK - Police in Oklahoma made a bizarre traffic stop this week, uncovering drugs and a baby squirrel with a tiny dropper of baby formula inside a woman's purse.
KOKI-TV reports Heidi Kolteryahn was the passenger of a speeding vehicle pulled over by Glenpool Police on Sunday.
Kolteryahn reportedly had nearly a pound of meth in her purse, along with scales and baggies. Aside from the meth, however, police said they also found a baby squirrel and a tiny dropper containing baby formula.
She told officers her son found the animal while working a tree-trimming job. The Oklahoma Game Warden reportedly brought the squirrel to a rehabilitation agent.
Kolteryahn was charged with drug possession and possession of wildlife during a closed season
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