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Female Arrested For Having Credit Cards That Don’t Belong To Her


Roosevelt, Ut. - On 11/10/23, a white passenger car was seen leaving the Maverick parking lot on US 40 and State Street with no headlights on. The vehicle left the parking lot and began traveling East on US 40.

Cpl Barton ran the registration, and it showed it was expired, and he performed a traffic stop at 415 South Main. The passenger, identified as 59-year-old Dianne Adell Williams, was slumped over, helping the driver look for proof of insurance.

Dispatch advised that the driver had a statewide warrant out for her arrest and was arrested. Officer Arnold ran Dianne's information. She also had a statewide warrant and was placed under arrest.

Diane was asked to empty her pockets. She pulled out a white pen used to smoke heroin. She told the officer she had heroin in her left side pocket, and the officer pulled out a piece of tin foil and a bag with heroin inside of it.

Cpl Barton deployed his K9 to do a free air sniff around the vehicle, and K9 Kris showed a positive indication on the passenger side door. A search of the car turned up more suspected heroin located inside a purse belonging to Diane. Also inside Diane's purse were two Macey's credit cards that do not belong to Diane and a Health Equity Debit Card.

The officers also found Utah Horizon Food Cards belonging to another person. When Diane was interviewed, she stated that the Horizon cards were her roommates, but she got the other three cards from a guy who worked at a car wash and emptied the trash from the vacuums he gave her.

Diane was taken to the hospital for medical clearance and then transported to the Duchesne County Jail, where she was booked in for possession of a controlled substance (Heroin), possession of drug paraphernalia, and three counts of unlawful possession of a financial transaction card.


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