Melissa Kay Naas

Melissa Kay Naas

A Lafayette woman faces a series of charges following an incident that took place last Thursday.

Melissa Kay Naas, 40, was arrested and then had various other charges added later in the day.

According to the arrest report, Macon County Sheriff's Department deputy Jacob McClard was dispatched to a residence on Old Hwy. 52 in Lafayette due to a caller stating that there was an altercation taking place.

Lafayette Police Department officer Derrick Gann notified McClard that there had been an incident earlier in the day in which Naas was arrested for possession of a Methamphetamine.

While Gann was investigating the situation, Naas allegedly told him that there were more drugs at her residence.

When McClard arrived, he spoke with someone who lived at the residence.

McClard found multiple clear plastic bags and multiple bongs, and he was given consent to search the residence. He found 4.79 grams of Methamphetamine, 10 Buprenorphine pills, four loaded syringes, more than 60 bags with white residue, two spoons with residue, a white scale, a black scale, two meth pipes, one Marijuana pipe, four bongs, a sawed-off shotgun with the serial number filed off of it, a rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun.

Naas is being charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear, possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of a schedule III drug, serial number alteration, possession of a firearm during a commission or attempt to commit dangerous felony, manufacturing of narcotics, and the manufacture, delivery, sale or possession of Methamphetamines.

Her bond was set at $45,000, and her court date is slated for Nov. 7.