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SEDONA - The following is a press release from the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office:
On February 14, 2009, at approximately 10:15 A.M., Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to reported suspicious activity on Lower Red Rock Loop, Sedona. The caller reported seeing a female, barefoot and wearing an evening dress, being chase by a male wearing dress clothes. Sedona Police Officers were in the area and able to detain the couple pending arrival by YCSO. Both had been involved in a non-physical argument.
The female, identified as 25-year-old Phoenix resident Randi Bridges, was found to have an outstanding felony arrest warrant out of Maricopa County. While conversing with Bridges, deputies noticed she exhibited illicit drug influence. Bridges was searched by a female officer on scene, and deputies recovered two syringes and a plastic bag containing heroin which fell from her clothing. During a check of the Sedona Police vehicle that temporarily housed Bridges, prescription pills were found.
The male was released at the scene and Bridges was arrested for the warrant and drug possession charges. She was transported to the Verde Detention Center and during a search of her property, deputies found a silver colored spoon which along with the syringes, tested positive for methamphetamine residue. A check of Bridges' wallet revealed a baggie containing methamphetamine.
Bridges was booked on the warrant and other charges including Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Narcotic Drugs and several counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.