AUSTIN (KXAN) — A Wells Branch woman is facing multiple felonies after she was caught with hundreds of grams of methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine, according to documents filed in court.
Following an investigation, Austin police narcotics officers obtained a warrant to search 45-year-old Linde Janelle Digregorio’s home at the 14,000 block of Single Trace.
On Tuesday, members of the Austin Police Organized Crime Division Narcotics Teams conducted the search and discovered drugs in Digregorio’s bedroom and attached bathroom.
In total, police say they discovered 123 grams of heroin in powder and tar form, 170 grams of methamphetamine and 24 grams of cocaine. They also discovered drug paraphernalia including a digital scale that had cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine residue and plastic bags of varying sizes.
- 0.2 grams is an average personal dose of methamphetamine and Digregorio had 850 times the amount.
- 0.1 grams is the average personal dose for heroin and she had 1230 times that amount.
- 0.2 grams is the average personal dose for cocaine and she had 120 times that amount.
She has been charged with three first-degree felony counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and is facing a $250,000 bond.