Case Hid / Tampered With Evidence, LIVINGSTON, April 16, 2019 - Shortly after 12 noon on April 16, 2019, Officer Kaleb Barker with Livingston Police Department uncovered a generous amount of methamphetamine during a routine traffic stop of 37 year old Erica Hope Case, of Livingston. When Case was going through booking procedures at Polk County Jail, personnel found Case to have hidden a crack pipe in her... Ummmm... Let's see... INSIDE HER LOWER FEMALE PARTS. In addition to her drug charges (possession of a controlled substance), Case is also being charged with felony tampering with evidence. That's two felony charges: possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.
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Erica Hope Case, 37, of Livingston (Source: Facebook)
Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust, LIVINGSTON, April 16, 2019 - At approximately 12:15 pm on April 16, 2019, Officer Kaleb Barker, with Livingston Police Department stopped the driver of an older model tan Ford Explorer, driven by Erica Hope Case, 37, of Livingston. Officer Barker stopped Case at South Washington and Matthews St. (north-bound side) for expired registration. When Barker spoke to case, she acted nervous which aroused Barker's suspicion. Officers Tito Reyes, Brandon Brewer, and Sergeant Ronnie Bogany arrived to assist Barker. Barker gained consent to do a vehicle search and found a generous amount of what appeared to methamphetamine in separate little zip lock baggies. Case was placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance, expired registration, driving with an invalid license, and no insurance. Her vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.
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During a vehicle search, Officer Kaleb Barker found a generous amount of what is believed to be methamphetamine.
Barker was assisted by Officer Brandon Brewer and Sergeant Ronnie Bogany.
Case's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
The Great Houdini assisted with towing duties.
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