Methamphetamine — Two Bloomington women face drug charges after a glass pipe and marijuana were found in one of suspect's groin area and meth was located in the car during a traffic stop.

Mikayla Lenardt, 21, of the 400 block of Highland Drive and Brandy Navadomskis, 30, of the 1000 block of 10th Street were stopped by Bloomington police on May 17 for a traffic violation.

Police found a pipe on Lenhardt, who was driving the car, and a small amount of marijuana on the seat of the car, according to a court statement.

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Navadomskis allegedly told police she gave the driver a baggie of meth. A small baggie of the drug was found near Lenhardt's foot after she was directed to remove her shoe, said police.

Police also found a glass pipe that was initially stuck in Navadomskis' groin area, along with a small baggie of marijuana, said a prosecutor's statement. 

Lenhardt is charged with unlawful possession of meth. Navadomskis is charged with unlawful delivery and possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Both women were released on $5,000 personal-recognizance bonds.

Heroin — A Bloomington man faces multiple felony drug charges.

Keith Wright, 39, of the 800 block of North Mason Street, is charged with eight counts of delivery of a controlled substance involving heroin. Three of the counts accuse him of selling drugs near a park or school.

Wright was held in lieu of $20,035. 

Photos: 2018-19 McLean County jail mugshots

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McLean County Courts Reporter

McLean County courts reporter for The Pantagraph.