Houston police handled several investigations in the last week.

A Houston woman faces drug charges following a check of her home, Houston police said.

Angela D. Brawley, 32, of 110 Redbud Dr. in Houston, was issued a pair of drug-related citations Feb. 16 by the Houston Police Department.

After police received information from a Missouri Division of Family Support representative, an officer went to Brawley’s home, conducted a search with consent and found marijuana and a homemade smoking device.

Brawley was cited for possession of less the 35 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her court date is March 21.

The following are other matters recently dealt with by Houston police.

Feb. 18

Judd E. Russell, 40, of 534 Ozark Ave. in Houston, was issued a citation on charges of driving while intoxicated.

An officer pulled over the green Dodge Stealth Russell was driving after observing it traveling down the middle of Ozark Avenue. The officer smelled alcohol and conducted a field sobriety test.

After being placed under arrest, Russell was taken to the Texas County Jail.

Feb. 21

Justin Keith Arbogast, 33, of 17964 Ice Road in Houston, was issued a citation for failure to register a motor vehicle after an officer observed the white Ford pickup truck he was driving northbound on Thomasville Drive at about 7:30 a.m. appeared to have a license plate that expired in 2002. Arbogast told the officer he had owned the truck for two years but had never registered it.

Feb. 23

Austin E. Wildhaber, 17, of 18706 Brushy Creek Road in Houston, was issued a citation at about 10:35 p.m. for failure to drive on the right side of the roadway. Wildhaber was ticketed after an officer observed the 1995 Chevrolet pickup he was driving was traveling on the left side of the road on Pine Street near the high school gym. He was also warned for speeding, failure to show proof of insurance and window tint being too dark.

Feb. 24

Britnee K. Glenn, 21, of 13370 Baxter Road in Licking, was issued a citation for driving with a suspended license.

Glenn received the ticket at about 5 p.m. after an officer pulled over the tan 1998 Plymouth Neon she was driving westbound on Hawthorn Avenue after observing the car’s tags were expired.

A computer check revealed that her license was suspended.

Glenn was not the owner of the car she was driving. The officer noted in his report that he had pulled over the same vehicle a week earlier and ticketed its owner for expired license plates.

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