A Lafayette woman was arrested after allegedly being found in possession of nearly 50 grams of methamphetamine for resale.

Kari Yvonne (aka Frazier) Manning, 26, faces multiple charges following the incident, which took place on March 6.

According to the affidavit of complaint, Lafayette Police Department officer Jeff Hix picked up Manning at the Hearthstone Inn for warrants out of Macon County.

Upon a search of the room, Hix reported finding a white makeup bag containing bags of a crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine for resale.

Manning was allegedly in possession of several other bags along with a pipe used for smoking methamphetamine. The total amount of the substance weighed in at 47.4 grams.

In addition, the vehicle Manning was riding in allegedly contained $204 in cash.

Manning also faces charges stemming from an incident on Feb. 22, when she allegedly attempted to break into a residence.

According to the affidavit of complaint, Lafayette Police Department patrolman Elliot Sandifer was dispatched to the residence after reports that a female subject was trying to break in.

Manning allegedly broke the window out of the back garage door, damaging its casing, in an attempt to retrieve property that she believed was hers.

The victims told Sandifer that Manning had a dart board on the property, which they told her they were taking off the wall for her before she broke the window.

Although Manning reportedly left the scene before Sandifer arrived, he said he recognized her from video footage of the incident. The report also states her voice was recognizable on the recording prior to the window being broken.

Manning was charged with manufacturing of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, the manufacture, delivery, sale or possession of methamphetime, possession of a firearm during a violation, revoked bond, vandalism and aggravated burglary due to the two incidents.

Her bond was set at $80,500, and she was slated for two separate court dates.

For the charges stemming from the March 6 incident, Manning is set to appear in court on April 17, and for the charges stemming from the Feb. 22 incident, she is set to appear in court on March 27.