A woman was arrested for drug paraphernalia Monday after an officer reported that two women were walking together wearing the same outfit near Sheridan Avenue, according to a Columbus Police Department report.
Police made contact with Clarissa Farril, 30, at about 8 p.m. after receiving a report that two women were walking together near Sheridan Avenue and Youmans Street wearing red hoodies, blue jeans and white shoes.
Farril told police that she saw the woman referred to standing across the street, but she did not know her. When the officer asked for her ID, Farril tried to remove several objects from her pockets. She was detained and searched, at which point the officer found a glass smoking device in her right hand and another in her back pocket.
Farril was charged with possession of drug related objects. She was taken to Muscogee County Jail.
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