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Monday, June 8, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Jedediah Griffith responded to a burglary at a residence on East B Street.
Upon arrival, Officer Griffith spoke to the victim who advised the officer she saw a white female leaving the area after the burglary.
While speaking to the officer, the victim noticed the suspect walking near Delaware Street.
Officer Griffith made contact with the suspect who identified herself as Hannah Mosley. The officer recognized her as Alanna Kerr, 21 of Atoka.
When asked why she lied, Kerr said she was joking. She was placed under arrest. Kerr advised Officer Griffith she did have a “point,” (needle and syringe) in her possession.
During a search two syringes were located. The officer advised Kerr if she did not tell him about anything illegal on her person she could be charged with introducing contraband into the jail.
Kerr advised Officer Griffith there was another syringe and a pipe located in her bra.
A female jailer at the Atoka County Jail retrieved the syringe and a wood smoking pipe containing a burnt residue that tested positive for marijuana from Kerr’s possession.
Kerr was cited for obstructing an officer, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was booked into the Atoka County Jail.