A woman walked into a store and did not remember her name.
Tessa L. Reed, 25, Waupaca, is charged with possession of methamphetamine.
Shortly after 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, the owner of 44 North Antiques on Main Street called 911 and reported a woman was in his store and she did not know where she lived or what her name was.
He said her skin was red and her feet swollen, according to the criminal complaint.
When Waupaca Police Officer Diana Flatoff responded, she recognized Reed from prior contacts.
Flatoff reported that Reed said she felt confused and disoriented.
Reed reportedly told Flatoff she did meth the previous night and when she woke up, she was in some guy’s apartment.
Reed said she did not know where the apartment was or the man’s name.
Flatoff later found methamphetamine in Reed’s purse.
Reed was transported to the hospital.
She made her initial court appearance on Oct. 13 and was released from custody on a $2,000 signature bond.