Bellefontaine woman arrested for meth and drug paraphernalia while on parole


Officers from the Bellefontaine Police Department were dispatched to 605 West Sandusky Avenue in reference to the Adult Parole Authority requesting assistance Wednesday morning around 10:50.

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a probation officer employed by the Logan County Adult Probation. He explained that they were conducting a residential check for a parolee, Christine Huffman.

The probation officer reported that during the check, they located a glass stem in Huffman’s bedroom on a dresser used for inhaling and consuming methamphetamine. There was residue inside the stem.

Upon further inspection of Huffman’s bedroom, a second glass stem was located in a piece of clothing on a stand beside the bed. The probation officer also reported that he located a small baggy of suspected methamphetamine in a computer desk drawer. Huffman had been sitting in a chair directly beside the computer desk.

When the officer asked Huffman about the two stems and meth, she denied knowing that the items were in her bedroom. Huffman reported that a male was in her bedroom prior to the probation officer’s arrival. She also reported that she was having the roof of her residence worked on the day prior, and one of the workers was in the bedroom as well. Huffman refused to provide the worker’s information.

Huffman was transported to the Logan County Jail.

She was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a felony of the 5th degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, and lodged for a parole violation.