According to the documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, an officer was sent to Christine and her husband Michael’s car to investigate a possible overdose on May 9.
"Officer Anderson asked Mr. Michael Smith if there was anything in the vehicle that Officer Anderson should know about," the statement read.
After Michael admitted that there was marijuana on the floor, the couple was asked to exit the car and was subsequently read their Miranda rights.
Following a search of the vehicle, the officer found the weed, four metal pipes, scissors, and cigarette rolling papers.
When a second officer searched Christine, he found what appeared to be methamphetamine. “Officer Gold pulled a piece of paper from the bag and Mrs. Smith said, 'that is also meth,’” the report read.
A third officer "located orange pills wrapped in a plastic and black scale.” After Christine “said the pill was suboxone,” she and Michael were arrested and taken to the Marion Country jail.
Christine was charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia and she was held on $500 bond.
She entered a preliminary plea of not guilty on May 15 and a pretrial hearing for both her and Michael has been set for July 10.