A woman arrested earlier this year for allegedly ramming her SUV into a shopper is in trouble with the law again.
On Monday, Dothan Police say they pulled over 24-year-old Tabitha Shea Farmer in the 2400 block of Fortner Street.
Officers say when they searched the vehicle they discovery a glass pipe and 35 millimeter film canister containing a white crystal powder.
The powder was sent to the forensic lab for analysis and tested positive for methamphetamine.
Back in January, Farmer was arrested for murder and child endangerment after she allegedly ran into Larry Downing with her SUV at the Southern Family Market on West Main Street.
Police say Farmer had marijuana in her system and her 2-year-old in the car at the time of the accident.
Farmer turned herself in Thursday.
She is being held in the Houston County Jail on $10,000 bond.
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