Salt Lake City, UT (The Weekly Vice) -- Salt Lake City Police arrested two women after an officer received a random text message on his cell phone asking if he 'wanted to buy some Lortab.'
Police turned the message over to it's narcotics division which proceeded to correspond with the author of the message. An arrangement was made to meet with the suspect at a Wal-Mart located nearby and the individual gave police a description of her car to facilitate the transaction, according to police.
When the narcotics division arrived on the scene, they found two women and a 2 year old in a vehicle matching the description that was given to them from the author of the text message. Officers also found a bottle of Lortab inside the suspect's car.
The driver of the car, 27 year old Carrie Booker told police that her passenger, 42 year old Christine Rollins, had filled the prescription at Wal-Mart. She also advised the police that Rollins had warrants for her arrest.
The two women were immediately taken into custody and booked on distribution of a controlled substance. The 2 year old child, who was Rollins' daughter, was taken to the Christmas Box House, where she was cared for by protective services pending developments in the case.
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