A 22-year-old woman found herself facing Hewitt police a second time following an undercover operation Tuesday.
Misha Kelly Sommerfeld and her companion 19-year-old Camden Christopher Ferguson were picked up Tuesday afternoon as they met who they thought was someone who wanted to buy meth in the 2400 block of South New Road.
Both are being charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
For Ms Sommerfeld it was a second encounter with Hewitt police.
Hewitt Police Chief Jim Devlin says it started a few weeks ago when officers were called to the new Wal Mart in Hewitt regarding suspected drug activity.
There they found Sommerfeld and recovered a small amount of material that was sent off to a lab to be identified.
After the material tested positive for meth, they got a warrant and arrested Sommerfeld last Friday.
She soon bonded out of jail.
Hewitt officers got word that she might be dealing meth, obtaining some information from Bosque County.
Officers started looking around via social media, soon finding her and making contact with her about buying some meth.
The operation was coordinated with the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office after it was learned they had warrants out for her already.
The buy was set up for Tuesday at the South New Road location, which is actually in the Waco city limits.
When undercover officers met her, Camden Christopher Ferguson was with her.
After the trap was sprung, a search of their car revealed what was described as a good quantity of meth, packaged in a method normally used for sale and delivery.
Both were taken to the McLennan County Jail.