WARSAW — Three people face drug charges after an investigation into a “suspicious condition” inside a car in a business parking lot Saturday, Wyoming County sheriff’s deputies said.

When deputies arrived, they found three people in the rear seat of a white Jeep, including one who was “crawling around throughout the interior of the vehicle.”

All three occupants showed signs of drug impairment, Sgt. Colin Reagan said.

The scene unfolded after someone called police to report weird activity at 2319 Route 19, the Valu plaza parking lot.

After seeing the three occupants of the Jeep, deputies searched the car and interviewed all three. A second car parked next to the Jeep also was searched.

Two of the occupants possessed drugs, including one who had a methamphetamine pipe hidden inside a sock, Reagan said.

Concentrated cannabis, marijuana, buprenorphine and drug paraphernalia were seized from the Jeep. Meth and a billy club were seized from the second vehicle, a red Ford F150 truck.

Charges included:

n Christopher D. Miller, 38, of Bliss was charged with two counts of misdemeanor drug possession, criminal use of drug paraphernalia and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

n Amanda S. Malik, 32, of Bliss was charged with two counts of misdemeanor possession and possession of a weapon.

n Mark A. Washburn, 31, of Castile was charged with two misdemeanor counts of drug possession.

All three are to appear in April in Town Court.

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