The police in Sherman arrested a woman with meth recently. That's great. Nobody likes meth. Unless you're under it's influence anyway. Meth's kind of like vampires in that way.
Feasting on the blood of a virgin isn't normal.
But on meth it is.
But the officers in question pulled two people over for a traffic violation, saw that they had a record with drug offenses, and searched them. First off, that's either not the whole story, or it's not entirely legal. That's unwarranted search and seizure and the constitution protects you from it. You can waive it and allow them to search you without a warrant, and cops frequently try to convince you to do this, through manipulation, but I think it'd take a hell of a lot to convince a woman to let you search her when she's got fourteen grams of meth all up in her business.
I think she either wasn't aware of her rights, or the officers ignored them. I've had friends go to jail over cops ignoring rights and using an ends justify means method, many of whom actually told the cops their rights were being violated. If this keeps up, don't be surprised if you know a few people in the same boat.