Steal chocolate milk, get arrested for meth

A 39-year-old Bremerton woman suspected of trying to shoplift a bottle of chocolate milk was also arrested for the possession of methamphetamine April 17.

The woman had left Red Apple Market on Perry Avenue and was confronted by a store employee, according to a police report. She said that she did not have money to pay for the item. Police officers later found a plastic bag with green alien faces on it that contained methamphetamine in her pocket.

The woman was booked in the Kitsap County jail for suspicion of possession of meth and third-degree theft.

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