Harker Heights: Woman rescued from tanning bed indicted on drug charge
A Harker Heights woman whom paramedics rescued after she got stuck in a tanning bed at a local salon and then was arrested following the discovery of meth inside her purse, was indicted Wednesday.
Cierra Page, 31, was named in an indictment Wednesday charging possession of a controlled substance over 4 grams, but under 200 grams.
She remains in the Bell County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bond.
She was arrested on May 11 after paramedics and police were sent to the unnamed salon in response to a report of a person stuck in a tanning bed, the affidavit says.
While in the tanning room, an officer saw “a spoon with residue on it” inside Page’s purse, the affidavit says.
The officer then said he searched the bag and “located a substance which he field tested and found to contain methamphetamine,” the affidavit says.