A Nichols Hills attorney arrested on complaints of filing a false police report and child endangerment told police she was under the influence of crystal methamphetamine when she appeared to be hallucinating.
Amy L. McTeer was very upset and speaking extremely fast in the early hours of Dec. 23 when she was interviewed by Nichols Hills police officers investigating a home invasion call that turned out to be a false alarm, according to a probable cause affidavit.
McTeer, 39, told police two armed black males had forced their way into her home at 6702 Trenton Road. She said a man named “M&M” told her he had “a hit on her,” police reported.
She told police that someone had come into the house without her permission and drank her water. She also said she found “a pile of dog poop” in her son's room, but when police investigated they found no dog feces on the floor and no sign of forced entry.
McTeer accused one of the officers of intimidating her children, according to the report. She said she believed the officer was related to an ex-boyfriend she says is harassing her.
During her interview with police, McTeer's “lips were white and she continuously licked them,” police reported, adding that “her pupils were dilated and her movements were jerky.”
At one point, McTeer became “angry and argumentative.” When one of the officers asked McTeer “what she was on” she said “Ice.”
Ice is a potent, smokable form of methamphetamine known as “glass” or “ice” because it resembles rock candy or a chip of ice.