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A traffic stop of a Dodge truck without a bumper or license plate led to the arrest of an Englewood woman on drug charges.

Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Dennis Graham said it was just before 10 p.m. Thursday when he spotted a White Dodge truck on Reagan Valley Road missing the bumper and license plate.

Graham stopped the truck and told the driver why she had been stopped. Graham said everybody in the truck was acting nervous and he asked if there was anything illegal inside. The driver said there wasn’t and gave consent to search the truck, according to the arrest warrant.

Upon searching it, Graham said he found a partial hand rolled item in a purse on the passenger side thought to be marijuana. He also allegedly found a black bag containing a green, leafy substance also thought to be marijuana, a bag with a with a crystal substance in it, a bag with a white powder substance in it thought to be methamphetamine, three used needles, a spoon with residue on it, a glass pipe with residue on it and a straw containing a white residue.

A passenger, Julie Mae Shaw, County Road 504, Englewood, said all of the items belonged to her, according to the arrest warrant. She was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana.








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