2 arrested after Rock Hill police on bike patrol make meth, pot bust
04/28/2014 3:00 PM
04/28/2014 3:02 PM
A Lexington woman who had methamphetamine in her bra and a Rock Hill man with marijuana in his pants pocket were arrested this weekend after police officers on bike patrol noticed an illegally parked Ford Mustang, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Kristen Nicole Foutz, 32, and Christopher Ryan Mullis, 26, were arrested on Saturday evening on drug charges while sitting in a car on Chestnut Street. Police approached their car and asked them if they had anything illegal inside.
Officers recovered 7 grams of marijuana in Mullis’ front jeans pocket and 0.7 grams of meth in Foutz’ bra. According to the report, Foutz requested a female officer to perform her pat-down. Marijuana cigarettes were also found in the car’s center console.
Both Foutz and Mullis have prior drug convictions.
Mullis has a prior conviction for marijuana possession in 2010 and Mullis has two previous convictions for methampethamine in 2004 and 2006.
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