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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say a woman is facing charges after she arranged to put Valium into the hands of an illegal buyer.
Unfortunately for her, the "buyer" was an undercover police officer.
According to an arrest report, 26-year-old Ryan-Ann W. Dorner was communicating with the undercover officer throughout the day on Tuesday via a series of text messages. Police say she agreed to sell the undercover officer Valium and Klonopin.
The undercover officer arranged to meet Dorner in the parking log of Walmart on Outer Loop, near New Cut Road, where the sale would take place.
Police say that when Dorner was apprehended in the parking lot, she hid a white plastic bottle down the front of her sweat pants. The bottle allegedly contained more than 29 suspected Valium pills. A prescription bottle of Klonopin -- with Dorner's name on it -- was also found in her purse, according to police.
"The prescription was for a total of 60 tablets, to be taken two per day," police say. "Only 34 tablets remained in [the] bottle at [the] time of arrest. There should have been 50 tablets remaining."
Dorner was charged with -- among other things -- trafficking in a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.