Police arrested three Centralia people wanted for outstanding warrants on Sunday during a traffic stop while a 7-year-old child was in the car.
Two women and a man were arrested when police pulled the car over at 1:10 a.m. for not having any taillights, Centralia Lt. Greg Dodson said. When they searched the car, police say they found methamphetamine and marijuana.
Jeffrey Skibinski, 30, was charged with possession of meth, possession of cannabis and endangering a child.
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Amy Skibinski, 28, was charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and cannabis possession.
Both were also wanted on Marion County warrants for failing to appear on previous meth charges. Amy Skibinski was charged with having materials to make meth in 2015 while Jeffrey Skibinski had been charged with possession of meth in April 2017.
Also in the car was 39-year-old Micki Cox, who had outstanding warrants in Marion and Clinton County for traffic violations issued in 2017.
The child was picked up by a grandmother.
Kaley Johnson: 618-239-2526, @KaleyJohnson6