Two baggies of methamphetamine allegedly were located in Camille Calvin’s pants pockets March 30, but she claimed she didn’t own the drugs or the pants.
Maricopa Police were dispatched to a women’s shelter at 2:56 p.m. about a former client, Calvin, who had been discharged but had re-entered the facility without permission.
Upon arrival, police contacted Calvin, 43, inside the fenced yard of the facility, according to the police probable cause statement.
A records check indicated Calvin was wanted on a warrant. Police arrested her and “found a glass smoking pipe containing a usable quantity of methamphetamine (0.2 grams), two plastic baggies containing methamphetamine (1.5 grams) and a lighter,” according to the probable cause statement.
The substance field tested positive as methamphetamine.
“Calvin admitted knowledge of the warrant, admitted the pipe belonged to her and she used the pipe to smoke methamphetamine. Calvin denied the two baggies of methamphetamine belonged to her and told police they belonged to the owner of the pants she was wearing,” the probable cause statement reads.
She remains in jail pending the posting of a $1,000 bond.