WESTPORT — A Randolph woman arrested after she was found driving a stolen car without a license in Westport early Monday morning allegedly tried to flush methamphetamines down the cell toilet, according to Westport police.

Police said that at around 3 a.m. Monday morning near 245 State Rd. they pulled over a vehicle on a violation, later finding that the car had been reported stolen out of Plymouth.

Officers said the driver originally gave them a false name but was later identified as Nicole Medeiros of Randolph.

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Medeiros has a suspended license and a warrant out of Brockton District Court.

She was taken to Westport Police Station, where she was booked and put in a cell.

According to police, while she was in the cell block, Medeiros removed a number of pink wax packets from her person and tried to flush them down the toilet.

Officers saw and removed the packets, which were later found to contain methamphetamine.

Medeiros was charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, driving with a suspended license — subsequent offense, marked lanes violation, failure to identify, and possession of a Class B drug.

 

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