A woman returned to a Twin Falls motel after checking out to claim the meth pipe she’d left behind, police said.
Summer Haddad, 32, was arraigned Nov. 27 in Twin Falls County Magistrate Court on one count of felony possession of a controlled substance.
Haddad left her meth pipe in a room at Motel 6, returned to retrieve it later that day and was arrested by police in the motel parking lot, court documents said. Police also reported finding used syringes and drugs in her SUV.
Staff at the motel called Twin Falls police about 2:00 p.m. Nov. 25 to report that an employee who was cleaning a room found a meth pipe, court documents said. The hotel staff told officers Haddad rented the room the night before and used her Idaho driver’s license to identify herself when making the reservation.
The officer took the glass pipe from the room and noted it had fingerprints on it and methamphetamine residue inside, court records showed.
A short time later, staff at the motel called the officer to tell him Haddad and another person were in the motel parking lot sitting inside a Ford Bronco, court documents said. The officer returned to the motel and found Haddad sitting in the driver’s seat.
Haddad admitted to police to using methamphetamine and then told the officer “she could not believe that she had forgotten her pipe in her room,” court records said. She also told the officer there were used syringes and possibly a plastic bag with drugs inside her vehicle.
Police searched her vehicle and found a small bag with used syringes, which Haddad admitted to using to inject methamphetamine, court records said.