A Racine woman stopped in Caledonia for having a suspended vehicle registration was arrested, and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of cocaine with intent to deliver.

Katheryn C. Duncan, 27, was driving on Northwestern Avenue, when a Caledonia Police officer on patrol ran her plate. The officer saw the registration was suspended due to emissions, and stopped her vehicle, according to the criminal complaint.

She told police the vehicle belonged to a friend, and said she didn’t have any ID with her. Duncan additionally told the officer her license was suspended. She had two warrants out for her arrest through Mount Pleasant police.

The officer could smell marijuana, and after Duncan was placed into handcuffs on the outstanding warrants, began to search the car. Duncan told the officer she had marijuana and crack cocaine in her phone case.

She said the marijuana was for personal use, but that she was selling the crack cocaine because “money was tight,” the complaint states.

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