A convicted meth dealer from Manjimup has been charged with possession of the drug with intent to sell just months after she was warned she could be imprisoned if she committed another crime. Aleesha Jane Luke, 23, was found with a pink glass pipe that she admitted to police she had used to smoke methamphetamine while driving through Bridgetown earlier this year. Police allege the woman was driving her Holden Commodore through the town on July 27 when she was stopped by officers who conducted a search of the vehicle and found the piece of equipment in a hidden compartment inside the car. The court was told Ms Luke was questioned by police about the paraphernalia when she confessed she had used the pipe to smoke the drug. She had a summons to appear in Manjimup Magistrates Court on August 19 in relation to possession of drug paraphernalia, but did not go to court. Magistrate Benjamin Tyers said the woman had also been charged with one count of possession with intent to sell, but no details regarding this alleged offence were read out in court. However, if found guilty of either of the charges, the woman would be in violation of an intensive supervision order issued by Mr Tyers on May 27, which stipulated if she were to commit an offence over the next 12 months she would be immediately imprisoned. It came after Ms Luke had pleaded guilty to breaching bail, possession with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, having no authority to drive and possession of unlawfully obtained property in May. The terms of the woman’s supervision order included that she attend counselling for drug addiction, check in with her social worker and give notification if she moved residence. Ms Luke will next appear in court in relation to her outstanding paraphernalia and meth possession charges tomorrow.