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Woman suspected of bringing meth to Santa Rosa police station

A 24-year-old Santa Rosa woman was arrested again on drug possession charges Wednesday after showing up at the Santa Rosa Police Department with methamphetamine and three outstanding warrants for her arrest, police officials said.

Patricia Holmes went to the station on Sonoma Avenue at about noon to ask for a receipt to show the court that she registered as a drug offender with the Police Department as required by the terms of a court agreement, Sgt. Eric Goldschlag said.

An officer found that there were three outstanding warrants for prior drug possession cases requiring her arrest, two of which were no-bail warrants and the other for $10,000, Goldschlag said.

As Holmes was being arrested, an officer found she had brought meth and a needle to the police station, according to Goldschlag.

Holmes was booked into the Sonoma County Jail and was scheduled to appear in court Friday.

You can reach Staff Writer Julie Johnson at 521-5220 or julie.johnson@pressdemocrat.com. On Twitter @jjpressdem .


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