Carmi Woman Busted in Crossville
A Carmi woman was busted on methamphetamine related charges Thursday night in Crossville according to the White County Sheriff’s Department incident report.
Officer Lucas, working for the Crossville Police Department, after running the plates on a silver Mustang and discovering the driver, Sarah F. Taylor, 39, 848 County Road 750 East, Carmi, was wanted, initiated a traffic stop after Taylor pulled into a drive of a Crossville residence.
Lucas knew Taylor was wanted on theft charges in Edwards County. Following an initial search, authorities discovered a black makeup bag in Taylor’s purse. The makeup bag contained two baggies, which contained three corner baggies with what appeared to be crystal meth in the baggies. Also, in the bag, was a cut straw with white powder residue, three pipe pokers and a torch lighter.
After placing Taylor in a squad car, the search continued and a glass bong and glass pipe were found, with white powder residue on the bong and the pipe had burnt markings consistent with smoking methamphetamine.
Taylor’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Cherry Street Automotive.
Taylor was transported to the City County Jail in Carmi for processing.
Bond on the Edwards County warrant for theft was set at $150. Taylor was additionally charged with possession of methamphetamine, use prohibited and possession of drug paraphernalia.