Rhinelander woman faces multiple drug charges
Christina L. Peterson allegedly sold meth to informant, possessed other drugs
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
A $1,500 cash bond was set Friday in Oneida County Circuit Court for a 40-year-old Rhinelander woman facing multiple felony and misdemeanor drug charges.
Christina L. Peterson is accused of possessing and delivering methamphetamine, both felony counts, and three misdemeanor charges related to possessing drug paraphernalia, marijuana and a controlled substance.
According to court records, Peterson allegedly sold about a half gram of methamphetamine to an informant May 16 in a parking lot in Rhinelander.
On May 29, is accused of possessing about 1.3 grams of methamphetamine, 4.6 grams of marijuana, a Schedule II prescription drug pill, pipes and hypodermic needles inside the vehicle she was driving and stopped in along Timber Drive by a Rhinelander officer who noticed the license plates were registered to another car.
Peterson is scheduled back in court Aug. 28 for her adjourned initial appearance.