Frankie Richard, 57, and Nancy Mayfield, 51, were charged after investigation of complaints originating on July 27.
According to police the suspects were first interviewed at a residence at 2110 west Magnolia, where officers found two small bags of suspected powdered cocaine and hypodermic needles the suspect allegedly admitted using.
After lab results came back positive for cocaine, warrants for the suspects’ arrest were issued.
On Aug. 2, neighbors reported a woman running back and forth in the street and screaming.
Responding officers determined the woman, Mayfield, had been using cocaine.
A bag of suspected powdered cocaine was discovered duinr a search, as was a glass pipe, syringe and metal spoon.
According to police, Mayfield then told officers she also had cocaine stashed in her vaginal cavity.
While with a female officer, police said, Mayfield removed two bags of alleged powdered cocaine from that hiding place before being taken to the hospital for treatment related to cocaine consumption.
When she was released from the hospital, Mayfield and Richard were arrested and charged with possession of cocaine (two counts for Mayfield), drug paraphernalia (two counts for Mayfield) and violation of the Uniform CDS Law. Mayfield was also charged with disturbing the peace.
Mayfield’s bond was set at $10,000 for the first incident and $6,500 for the second incident. She bonded out on all charges on Aug. 4.
Bond was set at $7,000 for Richard, who remained in the city jail on Tuesday.