Sibley woman caught on camera dropping meth syringe 

By Bonnie Culverhouse

Dixie Inn Police have arrested a Sibley woman on drug warrants.

Kathleen Erin Fowler, 40, of the 100 block of McDade St., Sibley, was taken into custody at her residence by Chief James Edwards.

According to reports, Fowler dropped a syringe of brown liquid on the floor at a Dixie Inn casino in the early hours of February 12.

The syringe was reportedly confiscated by a casino employee and given to Dixie Inn Police. The substance was tested by the North Louisiana Crime Lab and reportedly found to be methamphetamine.

The reports state the syringe fell out of Fowler’s pants pocket while she was sitting on a stool at a video machine. The incident was caught on casino video surveillance cameras.

Fowler was arrested April 6 for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

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