Batesville woman convicted of smuggling meth in child car seat

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas woman has been convicted of smuggling methamphetamine inside the car seats where her children were sitting.               

Court records show 38-year-old Elsa Solis of Batesville was convicted Wednesday on charges that include conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute meth.               

An attorney for Solis did not immediately return a phone call for comment. 

Federal prosecutors say methamphetamine was found in the bottom of car seats Solis' two children were sitting in following a traffic stop in July 2015 in central Arkansas. The ages of the children were not released.   

Prosecutors say Solis faces up to 23 years in prison when sentenced. A sentencing date was not set.

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