Mom, Daughter Facing Drug Charges After Traffic Stop in Wyoming
A 51-year-old Michigan woman and her 28-year-old daughter are facing a slew of drug charges following a Sept. 11 traffic stop west of Cheyenne.
Court records say Roxanne Cebelak and Brooke Grummet were pulled over on Interstate 80 after a Wyoming trooper responding to a REDDI report observed them tailgating and speeding.
The traffic stop led to a search of the vehicle and 7.4 grams of cocaine, 25.1 grams of scheduled prescription medication and 195.4 grams of marijuana edibles were found in Cebelak's property, according to an affidavit.
Three grams of scheduled prescription medication, 9.5 grams of cocaine and 306 grams of marijuana and marijuana edibles were also reportedly found in Grummet's property.
Cebelak and Grummet were arrested and both charged with felony possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of THC-edibles.
Cebelak was also charged with felony possession of hydrocodone and amphetamine and misdemeanor possession of Clonazepam; and Grummet with misdemeanor possession of amphetamine and marijuana.
Cebelak's bond was set at $15,000 cash and Grummet's at $10,000 cash. Their preliminary hearings are scheduled for Sept. 19 in Laramie County Circuit Court.