ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) -- Police arrested a southern Oregon woman after she allegedly left methamphetamine on the counter at a convenience store.
The News-Review of Roseburg reports that 30-year-old Tonya Dusa of Drain left a sunglasses case on the counter Friday after buying several items at the Pilot Truck Stop in Rice Hill.
According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, baggies found in the case contained substances that tested positive for drugs.
Deputies arrested Dusa after reviewing surveillance footage and tracking her to a nearby motel.
She was booked into the Douglas County Jail on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and a probation violation.