El Paso Police arrested a Chaparral, N.M. woman for trespassing and possessing crack cocaine after an undercover officer found the drug on the woman's buttock area, according to police officials.
The arrest occurred just hours after the woman had been issued a criminal trespassing warning at the location she was arrested.
An undercover officer observed Jessica Onsurez, 19, walking back and forth to an apartment in the 8700 block of Norton in Northeast El Paso on Friday afternoon. The officer believed she may have been acting as a lookout and approached Onsurez, according to a police spokesman.
Onsurez was placed under arrest after the officer found out she had been issued a criminal trespass earlier in the day that directed her to not be on the property which the officer had observed her walking back and forth on.
Onsurez was taken to the Northeast Regional Command Center where a female sergeant searched Onsurez and found a plastic wrapper that contained a small amount of crack cocaine which was concealed in Onsurez?s buttock area, according to police. Onsurez was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility. Her bond is $1,800.