Posted by Travis Uresk | April 15th, 2023 | Warrant & Drugs |
By Travis Uresk
Vernal, Ut.- On 3/30/23, Officer O'Donnal was dispatched to a suspicious person at 590 West Main Street in Vernal. He was provided a description of a female in brown flannel attempting to enter the Motel rooms at Motel 6.
When the Officer arrived, he met a female matching the description and identified her as 28-year-old Allison Ellen Jones from prior police incidents.
While Officer O'Donnal spoke with Allison, he could smell the odor of alcohol coming from her presence. She was holding a brown bag with a large glass bottle of alcohol.
Allison had difficulty standing up straight and couldn't control her arms from flailing around.
The Officer conducted a records check on Allison through dispatch and was advised she had a warrant out of Colorado for her arrest.
Based on what the Officer saw during his interaction with Allison, he determined she was intoxicated to the point that she was a danger to herself and others as she attempted to enter the Motel rooms of other guests and could barely hold herself up.
During the search of Allison's person, the Officer found a glass pipe in her front right pocket with methamphetamine inside. In her front left pocket, he found two syringes and a clear bag of methamphetamine.
During a records check, Officer O’Donnal learned Allison is not to be in possession or consume alcohol. Allison has already been convicted twice within the past seven years for being in possession of a controlled substance.
Allison was transported and booked into the Uintah County Jail.