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Drug Busted on a Traffic Stop, Lady Arrested by the Police

Drug Busted on a Traffic Stop, Lady Arrested by the Police

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office removed an accused drug offender from the streets through proactive law enforcement measures.

On Monday, December 11, it started as a speeding stop on Interstate 65 South, close to McEwen Drive.

The Chevy Lumina was reportedly traveling at nearly ninety miles per hour when a Williamson County deputy stopped it.

The 33-year-old informed the deputy that she was going to leave Nashville, where she had been spending time with her kids.

In the meantime, McCall’s driving record revealed a suspended license and no insurance.

The deputies asked her about the vehicle, to which she responded that she was using her friend’s car.

McCall claimed to have a pipe and marijuana wax when asked if there were any drugs in the car, according to the arrest report. The Drug Enforcement Agency claims that high concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are present in marijuana wax.

After McCall exited the vehicle during the stop, deputies searched the car and discovered a bag containing drugs. The total amount of drugs included was 2 grams of cocaine and 4 ounces of crystal methamphetamine.

The former resident of Dickson County, who claimed to have recently relocated to Lawrence County, was handcuffed, and her rights were read to her right away.

A $145,000 bond is reportedly keeping McCall in the Williamson County Jail, according to officials. Her charges include driving with a suspended license, manufacturing, delivering, and selling methamphetamine, as well as simple possession of drugs and speeding.

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