Utah woman arrested with big bag of 'Spice' and three young girls in stolen vehicle
Weber County
Deedee Tehero, 33, was booked into the Weber County jail on suspicion of multiple crimes.

via KSTU:

WASHINGTON TERRACE, Utah (KSTU) -- A Washington Terrace woman was arrested Tuesday after police say she had drugs and drug paraphernalia in a stolen vehicle with three young children inside.

An officer observed Deedee Tehero, 33, in the passenger side of a vehicle with no license plate Tuesday. The law enforcement agency was not specified.

When the officer attempted to stop the vehicle, the male driver turned and parked at a townhouse and exited the vehicle. Tehero then drove away, and as the officer attempted a traffic stop, Tehero drove into an apartment complex and parked, KSTU reports.

When Tehero exited the vehicle, the officer noticed what appeared to be a pipe in her back pocket. She told the officer it was a "Spice" pipe, and she was placed in handcuffs.

Inside the car, the officer noticed a gallon-size freezer bag full of a green leafy substance that appeared to be "Spice," a synthetic marijuana. Three females under the age of 6 were also in the car.

Officers also found a “bowl” loaded with a green leafy substance along with syringes and several knives. A check on the vehicle revealed it was stolen and Tehero was driving on a suspended license. She is currently on felony probation.

Deedee Tehero was booked into the Weber County jail on charges of receiving a stolen vehicle; distribution of controlled substance; driving with suspended/revoked license; child endangerment; possession of drug paraphernalia; and violation of probation or parole.

Weber County