Oregon woman busted with meth, handgun, throwing star

An Oregon woman is behind bars after she was busted with a large amount of meth, a handgun, a knife, and a throwing star, officials said.

Kathelina Test, 22, was pulled over at around 9 p.m. Saturday in Aloha after she was seen leaving a “known drug house,” the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

“In addition to a large quantity of methamphetamine, Ms. Test was in possession of a handgun and restricted weapons,” officials said.

A photo shared on the sheriff’s office social media pages showed Test had with her a plastic bag that appears to contain drugs, a large knife, a handgun, a cell phone, an undisclosed amount of money and a throwing star.

According to KOIN, there were four other people in the vehicle with Test.

Three others – Daniel Marcum, 22, Anthoney Smith, 33, and Patrick Darnielle, 28 – were also arrested.

Daniel Marcum, 22, Anthoney Smith, 33, and Patrick Darnielle, 28 were also arrested.

Daniel Marcum, 22, Anthoney Smith, 33, and Patrick Darnielle, 28 were also arrested. (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

Test was charged with delivering meth, being a felon with a gun, being a felon with restricted weapons, and a warrant for parole violation.

The other three men were given a variety of charges including heroin possession and parole violations. They are currently being held in the Washington County Jail.