MEDFORD, Ore. — Police say Faith Patton accidentally dialed 911 on Saturday just after 10 p.m. and was having a revealing conversation with a passenger in her car. During the call, a dispatcher overheard Patton say she is a drug dealer and was always ahead of police. Officers were able to track her phone while the call stayed open.
It led them to her vehicle in a parking lot on 200 North Riverside in Medford. Police found meth, packing materials and a scale on her. Patton is charged with several crimes. Her passenger, Rigoberto Hernandez, is also charged with possession of meth.
Patton’s bail is more than $550,000.