A woman was arrested Thursday morning after detectives searched her home and found methamphetamine, along with a number of other drugs and paraphernalia.

Carla Yvonne Musser, 45, was booked on charges of possession of methamphetamine, felony possession of liquid methamphetamine, possession of Lorazepam, possession of Clonazepam and felony possession of amphetamine.

Court documents say detectives executed a search warrant for controlled substances at Musser's home on South McKinley shortly before 10:30 a.m. Thursday.

Two other people were in the home with Musser. She reportedly claimed all of the drugs in the home were hers.

Musser told officers there many used methamphetamine needles in the house and said officers would find meth paraphernalia throughout the home, according to an affidavit.

Musser also reportedly said prescription medications that had been left at her house did not belong to her.

Charging papers say Musser told an officer she last used methamphetamine on Wednesday night. She allegedly said she smoked and injected the meth, adding that she regularly sold meth in order to support her addiction and to pay her bills.

Musser reportedly said she sold an eighth of an ounce of methamphetamine about a week prior, but didn't have any more meth to sell.

A search of the home allegedly turned up a meth bong with 41.3 grams of liquid methamphetamine, plastic baggies with meth residue, a silver and black paraphernalia box, two .5-mg Clonazepam tablets, a 1-mg Lorazepam tablet, a meth pipe with residue, more meth baggies with residue, and 12.4 grams of amphetamine pills.

Musser was arrested and the home was released to her family.