A missing Rimrock woman was arrested in Camp Verde last Tuesday after law enforcement looked for her for about three weeks. In the late afternoon hours, a Camp Verde Marshall saw a vehicle matching the description of the one driven by 21-year-old Cortlynn Meyer as the vehicle was leaving a car wash in Camp Verde. When talking to the Meyer, she initially gave a false name, but then admitted to her true identity. She was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia as well as a quantity of meth. Meyer has an active probation violation warrant stemming from charges of possession of dangerous drugs, false identity, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI. The front seat passenger was Alejandro Carrillo, also of Rimrock, who had an active felony warrant for auto theft and drug paraphernalia possession. He was also taken into custody. Carrillo is being held on five-thousand dollars bond, while Meyer is being held on $22-thousand-500 dollars bond.