A Temple woman remained in the Polk County Jail on felony and misdemeanor charges after she was stopped by police in the area of Van Wert in the early morning hours of Tuesday, according to Polk County Police reports.
Officers reported that Robin Kendall Wallace, 57, of 57 Pine Hurst Way, Temple, was taken into custody after police stopped her for a broken taillight at Atlanta Highway and Vinson Mountain Road in Van Wert around 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
After being given a field sobriety test, Wallace was reported by police to have blown a .277 on the breathalyzer during the stop. She was placed into custody and searched.
Police reported they found glass pipe with suspected crack cocaine inside, along with a firearm on Wallace and an open container of alcohol in the vehicle as well.
Prior to being booked at the jail, Wallace was taken to Floyd Polk Medical Center to have her blood drawn and tested.
She remained in jail today without bond set on felony charges of possession of cocaine and possession of firearm or knife during the commission of or attempt to commit certain felonies, along with misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence, possession of drug-related objects, an open container violation and tag lights required.