DRUGS IN JAIL
KAYLA LUSCH, 37, was given a suspended two- to three- year prison sentence Aug. 26 for taking drugs into jail. District Judge Stuart S. Healy III also fined her $875, placed her on three years of supervised probation and ordered her to complete high intensity residential substance abuse treatment and the complete Adult Treatment Court if accepted. She was pulled over May 10 for not stopping at a stop sign at Rodgers Drive and Skyline Road. A deputy smelled marijuana coming from the Subaru, which Lusch was driving. She had rolling papers in her pants pocket, a marijuana grinder and pipe cleaning tools were found in the console area, a pipe, container with THC wax residue and numerous partially burned marijuana roaches were in her purses in the rear seat. She was out on bond and a participant in the 24/7 program and was arrested for a 24/7 bond violation and possession. At jail, she was warned about taking drugs inside and a strip search turned up a glass pipe and two bags with a total of 1.42 grams of marijuana (with packaging) were found in her bra, according to court documents.