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Cushing Police Arrest Woman with Meth in Bra

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Cushing police arrested a woman that reportedly pulled meth out of her bra following a traffic stop Monday evening.

Police say they received word that 45-year-old Cushing woman Heather Hesson was driving without a valid driver's license and then drove to the area where she was last seen driving.

Police located Hesson, and then conducted a traffic stop. Hesson reportedly admitted her license was revoked, but couldn't find anyone else to drive her around.

Officers arrested Hesson, who then reportedly told officers she had a "baggie of scrape" in her bra. The baggie was retrieved, and the substance inside tested positive for methamphetamine.

Hesson was arrested for driving with a revoked license, possession of meth within a 1,000 feet of a park after a felony conviction and possession of drug paraphernalia.

"I want to commend the actions of Sgt. Harp and Ofc. Hentges during this traffic stop, which led to Hesson's arrest and the removal of drugs from our city streets," Chief Tully Folden said.

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