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Moscow woman accused of meth trafficking

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A 54-year-old Moscow woman is in custody for reportedly trafficking large amounts of methamphetamine.

Tami Miller faces felony trafficking and delivery charges in Latah County 2nd District Court. Miller was arrested during a raid of her home b Moscow Police last month.

According to court documents, Moscow Police received a tip from Quad Cities Drug Task Force on October 27. Officers intercepted a delivery from Miller's home headed to the Lewiston/Clarkston Valley. During the bust at her home, authorities recovered a pound and a half of meth, $16,000 in cash and four guns.

Documents show Moscow Police were first made aware of Miller's alleged trafficking in 2014, when two people identified as Lee Thang and Jeanie Lee were arrested for running large amounts of narcotics in Moscow. Lee told authorities Miller gave her the drugs. 

Miller is currently in the Latah County Jail on $100,000 bond. She was scheduled to make her first court appearance on Wednesday.

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