An Ocala woman gave another person’s name and ID to law enforcement while she and her boyfriend were being arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop last week in Silver Springs.
Katy Elizabeth Feeback, 27, of 6001 W. Anthony Road, is being held without bond in the Marion County Jail after being charged with possession of a harmful new legend drug without a prescription, possession of a stolen driver’s license or ID card, giving a false ID to law enforcement, and failure to appear for arraignment on a previous charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Lucas Alexander Dean, 26, was charged with possession of heroin and violating his bond on a previous charge of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. He’s being held on $2,000 bond.
Feeback was a passenger in the back seat of a tan Buick Rendezvous last Wednesday that was pulled over by Marion County sheriff’s deputies at the Burger King at 4976 E. Silver Springs Blvd. The vehicle was stopped for failing to stay in a single lane after leaving a known drug area, according to the sheriff’s office report.
All four vehicle occupants were outside the vehicle when a K-9 deputy and his partner, “Duder,” conducted an open-air search that detected the presence of illegal narcotics. A search of the vehicle turned up several hypodermic needles in the passenger area and an eyeglasses case in the open trunk space that contained two small clear plastic bags and an orange Gatorade bottle cap, the report said.
One of the baggies contained a brown rock-like substance that tested positive for heroin. The other baggie contained a finely ground white crystal-like substance that did not test positive for any kind of narcotic. The case was located just behind the rear seat in the trunk and centered in the vehicle. Dean was charged with possession of the heroin, according to the report.
A deputy then found a pink backpack on the passenger side of the trunk behind the rear seat. The backpack contained five blue capsules that a web search identified as Clindamycin Hydrochloride. The driver and front-seat passenger said the backpack belonged to Feeback, the report said.
Feeback, who gave her name as Larana Paige Riley and provided supporting identification, said she didn’t have a prescription for the drug and had obtained it from a “friend” because she had an infection. When she arrived at the Marion County Jail, fingerprints revealed her real name, according to the report.
When asked again for her name, Feeback admitted her real identity. She said she provided the false name because there was a warrant out for her. She said the ID card had been left inside a purse in her friend’s vehicle, the report said.
Feeback and Dean will appear in Marion County Court on Dec. 23.