While visiting with an unidentified inmate via the videoconference equipment at the Clay County Justice Center Tuesday afternoon, Bobbi Jo Stevens, 36, reportedly exposed herself.
While discussing the rules and regulations with jail staff, other officials performed a routine background check on Stevens' identification.
However, before the results were obtained, Stevens left the facility and drove away from the parking lot in a red passenger car.
When it was discovered she was driving with a suspended license, Deputy James Switzer went to initiate a traffic stop on Stevens' vehicle in an area near the intersection of State Road 59 and Jackson Street.
As Switzer wrote Stevens a citation, K-9 Handler/Deputy Brison Swearingen arrived and deployed K-9 Officer Dayk, who made a positive indication for narcotics inside the vehicle during a walk around.
Switzer told The Brazil Times an undisclosed amount of methamphetamine and paraphernalia were discovered during Stevens' arrest.
Taken into custody without incident, Stevens was booked into the Clay County Justice Center on class D felony possession of methamphetamine and class A misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia.
Officials confirmed the case has been provided to the Clay County Prosecutor's Office for review.
Facing a $7,000 cash bond (with no 10 percent allowed), jail officials confirmed Wednesday Stevens remained incarcerated awaiting formal arraignment per the court calendar.