By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for a Stillwater woman accused of offering fraudulent drug screen reports in August to an employee of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, who was then conducting a child welfare investigation authorized by law.
Chelsea Lynn Antonia Keig, 29, has not yet appeared in court on the two-count felony charge punishable by up to four years in prison and a $2,000 fine on conviction, court records show.
Keig was accused of presenting to the DHS investigator on Aug. 17 three drug screen results that she allegedly knew were forged or fraudulently altered, according to the first count.
In the second count, Keig was accused of presenting to the DHS investigator on Aug. 27 a hair follicle drug screen report that she allegedly knew was forged or fraudulently altered, court records show.
Payne County Drug Court Executive Director Noel Bagwell was listed as one of four prosecution witnesses in the felony case, court records show.