Authorities in Lincoln, Neb., say Jacqueline Standley was arrested Saturday at her apartment and was charged Monday with delivery of methamphetamine, a Class 2 felony, the Lincoln Journal Star reported.
Judge James Foster set Standley's bond at $5,000 and appointed the public defender's office to represent her. The newspaper said.
Standley was bailed out of jail Monday night.
Court records indicated Standley, 44, is accused delivering a bag of methamphetamine to an undercover officer the night of Feb. 11 at her apartment.
Standley, a Lincoln native, has been estranged from her son and daughter for several years, the Journal Star said.
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