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Traffic stop leads to two felony arrests in Mountain Home

MOUNTAIN HOME, AR (KAIT) - Two Kansas City women were arrested for felony drug charges in Region 8 following a traffic stop.

According to the Mountain Home Police Department, police pulled over 45-year-old Gina Payton and 41-year-old Michelle Krzysztow, both of Kansas City, Kansas.

During the stop, police found approximately 22 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine and other items used to package and sell meth.

Both women were arrested and charged with an array of misdemeanor and felony charges.

Payton was arrested and charged with the following:

Driving while license suspended

Warrant for non-payment of fines (misdemeanor)

Possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute (class A felony)

Possession of drug paraphernalia (class B felony)

Krzysztow was arrested and charged with the following:

Possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute (class A felony)

Possession of drug paraphernalia (class B felony)

Both women were put in the Baxter County Detention Center. Each have a bond of $75,000.

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