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LIVE OAK — The Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office charged Tammie Ann Faircloth with possession of Methamphetamine, controlled substance without a prescription and drug paraphernalia on Saturday.

According to a SCSO report, a deputy found Faircloth asleep behind the wheel of her vehicle in front of the B&M Discount beverage store, 7583 US Highway 90, around 3 a.m.

After waking her up, a glass pipe fell from her lap into the vehicle’s floor board, the report states. The deputy then noticed a strong smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle.

Faircloth agreed to answer questions and to a search of her person that revealed two small plastic bags, one in each of her front pockets, according to the report.

The substance tested positive for Methamphetamine and Faircloth admitted possessing the substance. Also in her right front pocket was a small plastic container with various prescription medication, the report states.

There was no label on the container, and Faircloth was unable to produce a prescription, according to the report.

A search of Faircloth’s purse revealed another glass pipe along with a hollow broken pen, the report states.

 

 

 

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