Racine woman faces criminal charges related to drugs

RACINE (WITI) -- 30-year-old Christina Richmond of Racine is facing one count of possession with intent to deliver or manufacture THC and one count of maintaining a drug trafficking place. This, after she allegedly possessed and stored a controlled substance in her residence with the intend to deliver.

According to the criminal complaint, the Racine Police Department executed a search warrant at Richmond's residence near Indiana St. and Kentucky St. in Racine on May 8th.

When police arrived on the scene they noted that there was an air freshener hanging outside of the residence as well as a distinct odor of "raw marijuana" that could be detected from outside Richmond's apartment.

The complaint indicates a quantity of marijuana was recovered from Richmond's purse. In addition, a black and white gym bag located under a kitchen table contained two large vacuum sealed bags that weighed 1.2 pounds each, there were four 1ounce bags and one bag that had two additional separate baggies each containing 16 knotted baggie corners each containing a green, leafy substance.

According to the complaint, police also found a scale, baggie and scissors all lying together inside a closed clutch in Richmond's bedroom. Two additional scales were located, one in a kitchen and one in a pantry.  The scale in the pantry was located adjacent to an additional quantity of green vegetable material.

Police recovered a total of 1,350 grams of controlled substances from Richmond's residence.

If convicted on all counts Richmond could face a $10,000 fine or six years in prison.