A woman who was found passed out behind the wheel outside an Oklahoma City Braum's was arrested for possession of meth.
Police responded to the incident at Braum's, located at 4020 N. Penn. in Oklahoma City Monday morning. The suspect, later identified as 36-year-old Lola Miller, did not leave the restaurant when an employee at Braum's asked her to, that's when the employee called police.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found Miller passed out behind the wheel of her car, which was partly in the driver-thru lane. Officers say Miller appeared to be under the influence of drugs when they woke her up. Her movement was very slow, and her speech was broken and hard to understand.
The employee at Braum's said when he asked Miller to leave, Miller told him "she was waiting for a boat to go to Lawton."
When officers asked to see Miller's driver's license, she reportedly gave them two licenses that did not belong to her. One of the driver's licenses actually belongs to a woman in Enid whose purse was reported stolen on Thursday, March 21.
Police found a plastic baggy containing a crystal rock substance in Miller's jeans pocket. The substance later tested positive for meth.
Officers also found cash, checks, and social security cards belonging to different people in Miller's car.
Miller was taken into custody and transported to the Oklahoma County Jail on several charges, including possession of meth with intent to distribute, receiving/concealing stolen property, and trespassing on private property.