BREWER, Maine — A Brewer woman who was arrested Thursday on an outstanding warrant faces several other charges after a Brewer police officer found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in her room at the Stable Inn.
After her arrest, Patrisha Cloukey, 23, was taken to Penobscot County Jail in Bangor, where she was being held without bail pending a court appearance because she was found in violation of the conditions of her release from a previous charge, Cpl. Paul Gauvin said Thursday night.
According to Gauvin, Officer Amy Nickerson went to Cloukey’s room about 3 p.m. to arrest her for the warrant. When she arrived, she found a small amount of marijuana, a pipe, a pill crusher and a knife with black residue on it. Nickerson also learned that Cloukey was out on bail at the time.
Nickerson tested the paraphernalia and found that it contained traces of an opiate drug.
As a result, Cloukey also was summoned for possession of scheduled drugs and drug paraphernalia. She also was charged with violating her bail conditions.