EIGHT MILE, Ala. (WALA) - What began as a search for some stolen property in Eight Mile ended with Mobile County Sheriff's Deputies making a drug bust.
Records show Saraland Police were looking for Lee Ann Loper when she was arrested by the MCSO on October 1.
Deputies charged the 31-year-old with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of pre-cursor chemicals.
Investigators told FOX10 they executed a search warrant at her residence off Owens Street to look for stolen property.
Instead investigators said they found several bags of Sudafed tablets, five bags of AA lithium batteries, cash and other narcotics in the home.
Loper bonded out of jail a few hours after her arrest.
She has been arrested at least 16 times in Mobile County for drugs and receiving stolen property since 2004.
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