The Florida Highway Patrol arrested two women after a pullover recently. While both were arrested on multiple charges, investigators say one of the women was hiding a little secret from them.
On Monday, July 25th, a patrol officer pulled over two women because of illegally dark window tint on their vehicle. A subsequent investigation was performed and a K9 drug-sniffing dog was summoned to the scene. The dog performed a free-air test and was drawn to the interior of the car. Once the K9 was allowed inside the vehicle, it detected the odor of narcotics. a search of the vehicle by officers revealed drug paraphernalia near the driver’s seat.
Upon further investigation, officers also discovered that the driver had given them false information about her identity. Another officer arrived on the scene with a fingerprint machine and identified the woman as Kayla Marie Eddie. The passenger was identified as Elizabeth Nicole Andrews, who had an active warrant for her arrest. Both women were arrested and taken to jail, where a body search was conducted. During the search, deputies found 14.1 grams of methamphetamine and some marijuana concealed inside Eddie’s body. Eddie was charged with trafficking in meth, bringing drugs into the detention facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Andrews was charged with an outstanding warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia, and giving false information. Source: Free Press Tampa
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