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A woman on her way to see a judge faces more charges after taking meth into a North Carolina courthouse, officials say.
Brooke Anne Kellems, 24, was going through security at the Randolph County courthouse Tuesday when she put her items in a metal detector, deputies say.
One of the items that came out of the scanner contained a “suspicious substance,” which turned out to be meth, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
She is facing new drug charges after Tuesday’s discovery, cops say.
Kellems was taken to jail then brought to the courthouse again to appear in front of a judge for her earlier case, according to Randolph County officials.