CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – A Salem mother made her first court appearance Tuesday for a drug arrest over the weekend.
Jessica Lasater, 29, pleaded not guilty plea to charges of drug possession and child endangerment.
During a traffic stop Saturday, Canfield police said they found three syringes and two crack pipes shoved down her pants.
A search of the vehicle revealed another syringe and pills in the center console, according to a police report. The report said she was also found with Clonazepam pills (an anxiety and seizure medication) and a burnt spoon containing a white residue.
She told them she was heading to Youngstown to buy drugs, officers said.
Her two 10-year-old children were in the car at the time.
Lasater’s bond was set at $10,000. She is due back in county court in Canfield on Friday.
Police said Lasater has one prior conviction for endangering children.