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PADUCAH, KY – Two women have been charged with drug trafficking after Paducah police say a large amount of heroin and methamphetamine was found in their car.

Police say the women were pulled over in response to a report by another driver that a vehicle was seen driving recklessly on Interstate 24 near Exit 4 in Paducah. 12303613_g

Police say the driver, 48-year-old Terry Stone of Clarkson, Kentucky, was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. She and her passenger, 39-year-old Nancy Stamper of Lexington, were arrested and the car was searched.

In the car, police say they found more than 2 pounds of heroin and more than 3 pounds of meth. Investigators say they believe the two women were on their way to eastern Kentucky when they were stopped and arrested.

Stone was charged with first degree trafficking of heroin on the second or greater offense, first degree trafficking of methamphetamine, importing heroin and first degree possession of cocaine. Stamper was charged with first degree trafficking heroin on the second or greater offense, first degree trafficking methamphetamine and first degree possession of cocaine.

The two women were jailed in the McCracken County Regional Jail and have since been released on bond. The police department says it delayed announcing the arrests to the public because of the investigation regarding the drugs that were found.

 

 

http://www.wpsdlocal6.com/story/33509918/police-2-women-charged-with-trafficking-regarding-heroin-meth-found-after-paducah-traffic-stop

 

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