A female truck driver hauling frozen chickens from Yuba City, California to Longview apparently had some extra cargo, as the State Patrol arrests her for possession of methamphetamine. Around 4:15 yesterday morning, Katharine Simms, 50, was stopped at the Ridgefield Port of Entry, after it was determined that her truck was 1,100 pounds over weight. During that stop, a warrant from Oregon popped up on Simms, so she was arrested and her truck was searched. Troopers claim that they found what appears to be meth in Simms’ purse, along with smoking devices in the sleeping area of the tractor. Simms is now being held without bail in the Clark County Jail on a charge of possessing a controlled substance.