Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Possession of LSD, MDMA, Marijuana
A woman arrested in Laramie pled not guilty to multiple drug charges in Albany County District Court on Wednesday, June 27.
Kathryn Coleson is charged with felony possession of LSD, possession of MDMA, a misdemeanor and possession of marijuana, also a misdemeanor.
If convicted on all counts, Coleson could face up to seven years in prison and $12,000 in fines. Coleson is 19 years old.
A University of Wyoming Police Officer pulled Coleson over on April 19 for driving 33 mph in a 20 mph zone.
According to court documents, the officer reported that he smelled a strong marijuana odor coming from the vehicle and Coleson had red, glassy eyes. Coleson admitted to smoking marijuana and told the officer that there was marijuana in the console of the vehicle.
The officer conducted a search and found pipes, marijuana, grinders and wax. The officer arrested Coleson and brought her to the Albany County Detention Center.
At the detention center, Coleson told the officer that she had “molly” in her wallet. The officer took the wallet and searched it and found a small baggie containing a white powdery substance and a folded receipt with two strips of LSD and a folded piece of foil containing an additional sheet of LSD.
Coleson’s trial is set for Nov 7 and 8. She is currently out on a $10,000 signature bond.