A 27-year-old Buhl woman was arrested and arraigned last week on charges of drug possession and concealing evidence from police.
As far as crime in Twin Falls County, those charges are pretty standard.
But while searching the woman’s home, police found a children’s bottle shaped like the snowman Olaf from the Disney film “Frozen” inside a toybox – again, pretty standard for any parent in 2015. But this Olaf bottle was converted into a meth pipe, police said.
Bonnie Josephine Larsen was arraigned Oct. 28 on charges of possession of a controlled substance and concealing evidence.
Sheriff’s deputies served a warrant at her Buhl home and during a search found five pipes — two glass, one metal, one wooden and one Olaf — all containing burnt drug residue, court documents said.
Larsen was at home with a one-year-old child at the time of her arrest, police said. She told deputies when they first came inside that she needed to get her baby from a back room, but later told the deputies she used that excuse to buy time so she could hide three pipes inside the toy box, court records said.