Woman arrested on cocaine suspicion


An Edgewater woman was arrested Thursday on suspicion of having cocaine.

Audrey Anna Decamillis, 18, was arrested at the Steam--boat Springs KOA campground on suspicion of possessing a Schedule 2 substance with intent to distribute. The KOA campground is a few miles west of town on U.S. Highway 40.

Steamboat Springs police Officer Dwight Murphy res--ponded to a call that a man was having a seizure and went to the KOA campground at 7:36 a.m.

The man, Scott Barger, 30, was taken by ambulance to Yampa Valley Medical Center. Barger had been traveling with Decamillis.

Police found a small digital scale, less than one ounce of cocaine, plastic baggies and 54 ounces of cutting material while searching a vehicle at the campground, police Capt. Joel Rae said. Cutting material is a white, powdery substance that is mixed with cocaine to increase the amount.

Decamillis said she used the scale to weigh jewelry.

Decamillis said Barger snorted an unknown amount of cocaine Wednesday, and that may have been a contributing factor to the man's seizure, Rae said.


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