PRINEVILLE, OR -- A Prineville woman was arrested Saturday, with what investigators say was nearly 80 grams of meth and heroin.
Prineville police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle near SE Kramer Ln. and SE Palin Ln. at about 6 a.m., and found three people from Deschutes County who said they were meeting Maddie Lindburg. Officers say they knew Lindburg was wanted for several warrants. When she arrived, she allegedly tried to avoid contact with police and ditched her car near Crooked River Elementary. She was taken into custody as she walked away from her car.
During the arrest, officers say they found her with 63 grams of meth and 15 grams of heroin. In addition to the outstanding warrants, Lindburg is also accused of making, possessing and delivering drugs within 1,000' of a school.