Meth Dealer Passed Out in Car Leads to Arrest
By Joe Bachman
A 29-year-old woman has been charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell after she was found passed out in her car.
Bobbi Korlsin, of Nekoosa, is charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, bail jumping, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to police reports, on Apr. 22, an officer was dispatched to the corner of Lincoln St. and E. Riverview Expressway regarding a person passed out in a vehicle. The woman woke up and drove away prior to police arrival but was stopped shortly after by an officer on the 400 block of Dewey St.
The defendant, identified as Bobbi Korslin, was described as lethargic by EMT’s on the scene. The K-9 unit was brought in and positively identified the presence of a controlled substance in Korslin’s vehicle.
A further search revealed a backpack containing a digital scale and a blue bag. Inside of the blue bag were plastic bags containing a crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine. Also found were six glass pipes and other drug related items.
Korslin allegedly admitted to snorting methamphetamine two days prior and that the substance would be found in her blood. Korslin was currently out on a felony bond for other charges.
If convicted, Korslin faces up to 12 years and six months imprisonment and up to $25,000 in fines. She did not show for her scheduled court date on May 18, and bench warrant has been issued for her arrest.