Court Case Update

Case# 17SR-CR00478

Count I-Class D felony possession of controlled substance
Count II-Class A misdemeanor of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

3/5/18-Defendant sentenced to 10 years in MO Dept of Corrections; Defendant found to be a persistent drug offender; Sentence to be served concurrent with all other sentences now imposed.

Carroll, Skyla
Age: 31  
City: Osceola  
Incident Date: 2017-08-26  
Arrest Date: 2017-10-18  
Additional Information

           The charges stem from an investigation on Aug. 26, when a St. Clair County deputy responded to Pilot Travel Center about a suspicious vehicle. The deputy had Carroll come speak with him and she stated she didn't mean to steal the 12 pack of soda. The deputy advised Carroll he wasn't aware she stole the soda and asked where it was. They walked over to the vehicle where the deputy observed an open 12 pack of Mountain Dew with an open Mountain Dew can in a cup holder. Carroll was shaking and seemed nervous so the deputy asked her if there was anything else in the vehicle illegal. She stated no and she didn't want the deputy to search.
           Carroll asked if she can just go pay for it. The deputy took Carroll and the 12 pack of Mountain Dew inside so she could tell the Shift Manager Rob Lee she stole it and asked if she could just pay it. The manager stated it would be fine if she paid for it. Carroll didn't have enough money on her so she asked to go to her car and look for change. The deputy walked to the car with Carroll and observed her shaking worse and when she got to the driver's door and opened it she stood there looking into the car. The deputy pointed his flashlight to the back seat while still watching Carroll and observed her grab what appeared to be a glass pipe from the door handle and attempted to put it in her bra.
            A search of the vehicle revealed a silver tin can with a white crystal residue inside. The pipe and tin can both tested positive for methamphetamines.

 
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The complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release Oct. 16-23, 2017
 
St. Clair County Sheriff's Office
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