Pair arrested after meth found in home, aggravated assault
Glenda Sumpter, 44, of College Station, is charged with tampering with evidence and child endangerment. She told police she had eaten methamphetamine in front of a 2-year-old toddler because it was safer than smoking it, according to court documents. Police said she told them she thought the smoke from the meth was too dangerous.
Joseph Viscaya, 32, of College Station, is charged with aggravated assault. Viscaya is being accused of threatening to kill a woman in the home with a knife when she wouldn't give him money, according to court documents.