Local authorities arrested a Russellville woman Friday afternoon after she admitted she had left a small baggie of methamphetamine in a doctor's office she had visited.

Billie L. Coles, 41, of Ellis Road, is lodged in the Logan County Detention Center after being investigated by the Logan County Sheriff's Department.

The Logan County Sheriff's Department was notified by a local doctor's office that an individual had left behind a clear plastic bag containing a crystal-like substance after being seen by the doctor.

Deputy Kyler Harvey arrived on scene and found the substance to be crystal methamphetamine.

Sheriff's deputies responded to Coles's residence finding her in the rear yard. She admitted to deputies she had dropped off the small baggie at the doctor's office.

While at the residence, deputies located additional items including: methamphetamine, prescription medication, and drug paraphernalia.

When arriving at the residence, deputies located a set of digital scales in the area Coles was standing. She admitted to deputies that she threw the scales in an attempt to prevent deputies from locating them.

Coles is being charged with: 1st degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, prescription controlled substance not in proper container (three counts), and first degree promoting contraband.

Assisting on scene was deputy Cody Fox.