A McAlester woman accused of fatally striking a man before fleeing the scene in November was arrested for possessing narcotics with the intent to distribute.
Court documents show Antonia Jean Beall, 39, was charged with felony unlawful possession of controlled dangerous drug with intent to distribute following a Monday traffic stop.
Beall was released Tuesday from the Pittsburg County Jail after paying a $1,500 bond through a bondsman, according to jail records.
A case allegedly in Beall’s possession at the beginning of the traffic stop contained two plastic baggies containing suspected methamphetamine, a plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance, a vial containing suspected THC oil, and empty plastic baggies, according to a police report filed in the case.
Beall told investigators she believed the case was already in the vehicle when she entered it and sat on it, the affidavit states.
The woman is out on bond for misdemeanor negligent homicide and felony leaving the scene of a fatality accident charges and is under the surveillance of an ankle monitor as the condition of that bond, court documents show.