GENEVA — A woman has been charged after she crashed and police found marijuana in her car.
Valarie Flowers, 21, of the 21100 block of 119th Street, Bristol, is charged with felony bail jumping, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the criminal complaint:
Police responded to a vehicle in the Town of Geneva that had runoff of highway 12 just south of Springfield Road on Feb. 4. Officers made contact with the driver and discovered the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
The driver, identified as Flowers, reportedly admitted to police that she had two sandwich bags of marijuana and a vape that contained THC. She also reportedly admitted to being out on bond for a felony drug case.
Flowers was previously released from custody and placed under felony bond on Nov. 13. The bond states that Flowers must not commit any crimes and must not possess any drugs or drug paraphernalia.
A look at the concept
Surrounded by Playboy Bunnies, Hugh Hefner, center, views a model of the Lake Geneva Playboy Club site.
Fire in the hole
Hugh Hefner, center, presses a red button, setting off a dynamite charge to blow a hole in a hill once called Indian Knob. The charge was set off during a ceremony in August 1966 on the site of what would become the Lake Geneva Playboy Club, which opened in 1968.
The Lake Geneva Playboy Club was built on over 1,300 acres of converted farmland. It opened in May 1968.
A trio of Playboy bunnies have some fun on construction equipment at the site of what would become the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, center, is joined by Bunnies using water in a ceremony marking the grand opening of the Lake Geneva Playboy Club in May 1968.
Playboy Bunnies gathered outside at the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
A taste of glamour
Inside the Lake Geneva Playboy Club, which operated from May 1968 to December 1981.
At one time, an estimated 250 jobs were held at the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
Diana Peterson, far right, joins other Lake Geneva Playboy Club Bunnies and a customer at the club. A Bunny was a club waitress, and between 1960 and 1988, Playboy Club Bunnies were selected through auditions.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, left, inspects a group of Bunnies after the bunny costume underwent a redesign for the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
Among celebrities who came to the Lake Geneva Playboy Club was Gregory Hines, the legendary actor/dancer/singer, considered to be the greatest tap dancer of all time. Hines, left, appears here with club maitre d' Jerry Pawlak, center.
Perhaps best known for her roles in "Bye Bye Birdie," "Tommy" and "Grumpy Old Men," actress Ann-Margret also visited the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
The Smothers Brothers
Playboy Club maitre d' Jerry Pawlak, center, greets the musical-comedy duo The Smothers Brothers at the Lake Geneva Playboy Club. The Smothers Brothers were an American folk singing and comedy act that hosted a TV variety show in the late 1960s.
In 1976, up to 100 women were Bunnies at the Lake Geneva Playboy Club.
Lake Geneva Playboy Club Bunnies with a circus elephant.
Playboy Club: Cake version
Christie Hefner, second from right, daughter of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, cuts a cake shaped like the Lake Geneva Playboy Club in the summer of 1980.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, center, is surrounded by former Lake Geneva Playboy Club employees at a reunion event.
In 2018 — 50 years after the Playboy Club opened — a special anniversary took place, allowing people such as ex-Bunnies (left) Liz Cocroft and Pattie Geldermann the chance to look over old photos and share memories.
Former Bunnies (left) April Brown and Tana Lambert, spend time together over cocktails at the Lake Geneva Playboy Club 50th anniversary party.
The former Lake Geneva Playboy is now the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, 7036 Grand Geneva Way, town of Lyons. Over 25 years ago, the Marcus Corporation purchased and renovated the property.