Two Columbia residents arrested for meth at Fulton traffic stop
FULTON - Two Columbia residents were taken into custody at a traffic stop Monday charged with the possession and distribution of methamphetamine, according to the Fulton Police Department.
The Fulton Police Department was first notified of a report of drug paraphernalia in a guest room at a local hotel.
After a search warrant was obtained for the room, officers reported two glass smoking devices used for methamphetamine and a plastic container holding methamphetamine.
The container and methamphetamine weighed approximately 308 grams.
The two occupants of the hotel room were later located at a traffic stop and taken into custody.
Police said digital scales, glass smoking pipes and a bag containing methamphetamine were located inside the vehicle they were driving. The bag of methamphetamine weighed approximately 5 grams.
Courtney Pape, 28, of Columbia was taken to Callaway County Jail for charges of first-degree felony drug trafficking, felony distribution of drugs and possession of paraphernalia.
Pape was issued a no bond hold to be set by the judge. Pape also had two warrants for her arrest with a total bond of $2,000.
Dylan Nelson,18, of Columbia was found to have a warrant for his arrest. He was taken into custody for the warrant with a court set bond of $1,000.
The Callaway County Sheriff's Office assisted the Fulton Police Department with the detention and the arrest of the subjects.