A Prescott woman is in trouble with the law again, this time for her involvement in meth sales. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies pulled over a blue 2014 Honday CRV back on November 26th in Prescott Valley for traffic violations. Deputies talked to 37-year-old Sunny Miles of Prescott, who was driving with a passenger, 45-year-old Adam Laubinger, also from Prescott. A Prescott Police K9 was deployed after an officer noticed a drug odor coming from the car. During a search, officers found a white microwave oven in the back of the vehicle with a bag of unopened dog treats inside. Inside the bag contained a large bag of meth. The drug was also found in two cans of Red Bull. Also found during the search was a loaded syringe with heroin. Miles and Laubinger were arrested and booked on charges related to the incident. Miles was also arrested in 2014 in connection with a robbery of a Prescott Valley Burger King. She used a note and box cutter to get an employee to hand over a bag of money. Miles served time for armed robbery and assault in connection with that crime.