On June 23rd, Oneida Police Department dispatch received a call that a vehicle belonging to Misty Cresap was on the property located on Lloyd Street and that Cresap was not supposed to be on the property. Upon arrival, K9 Officer Toby Jeffers he observed Cresap’s vehicle along with Dwyene Day, Jr.’s vehicle in the yard. Officer Jeffers approached the vehicles to advise Cresap she was not to be on the property. At that time, Day stepped out of his vehicle and spoke with Officer Jeffers and Officer Jones. Officer Jeffers observed Cresap in the passenger seat of Day’s vehicle without any clothing on and also observed a spoon in the cup holder of the vehicle. Officer Jeffers asked Cresap to hand over the spoon. He observed small crystalline substance believed to be meth on the spoon. Officer Jeffers also observed on the passenger side of the vehicle a small plastic container containing a bag of meth in the weeds and also located in the glove box of the vehicle another bag containing meth. Total weight of both bags of meth was approximately 0.92 grams. Both Day and Cresap were charged with Possession of a Schedule II Drug and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. They were transported to the Scott County Justice Center for booking.