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Sibley woman arrested in Minden

by Minden Press-Herald

A Sibley woman was arrested in Minden on May 8 after a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of drugs and other charges.

On May 8, Lieutenant Brandon Curry was patrolling Shreveport Road in Minden, LA, when he observed a red Nissan Titan traveling west with the driver’s side headlight out. Lieutenant Curry initiated a traffic stop on Highway 80. The driver, identified as Krystal Cedars, 36, and the passenger, Tony Waltman, were asked for their licenses, registration, and proof of insurance. During the interaction, both individuals displayed nervous behavior, prompting further investigation.

Dispatch conducted warrant checks on both subjects and discovered that Cedars’ license was suspended, and she had an active warrant from Calcasieu Parish. Cedars and Waltman were asked to exit the vehicle and were advised of their rights per Miranda. K9 Brams was deployed and indicated the presence of drugs. A search of the vehicle’s passenger compartment yielded approximately 2 grams of methamphetamine and a glass pipe with white/crystal-like residue, which Cedars claimed ownership of.

Cedars was taken into custody and transported to the Minden Police Department, where she was booked on charges of being a fugitive from Calcasieu Parish, possession of Schedule II (meth), possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under suspension, and headlight out.

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