As you can plainly see by this newspaper article, here is just one of many people who will never learn. How many times does it take being arrested, how many lives must meth ruin before people learn. I personally know this woman's children and according to them she is plainly a waste of good tax payers money.If everyone around us would quit turning a blind eye ,and quit enabling this type,maybe, just maybe we could bring this meth epidemic to its knees. So many people are ruined daily because of it. Just the people listed in many of the topics on this page alone are ruined because of meth. I think we as citizens need to start a anonomis page where we can report these people. If we take just one down and save a childs life it would all be worth it. MIAMI COUNTY, Ind.(WANE)- A woman is facing felony drug charges after an officer pulled over a vehicle for speeding in Miami County and found four different drugs in the car.
According to Indiana State Police officials, an officer pulled over a vehicle that was speeding northbound on U.S. 31 near Miami County Road 1350 North. The driver of the truck was driving 76 miles per hour in a 60 miles per hour zone.
The officer noticed indicators of criminal activity and had his police dog sniff around the car. Police said the dog gave a positive alert to the smell of illegal drugs inside of the car.
The officer searched the vehicle and found marijuana, cocaine, meth, and prescription pills, along with hypodermic needles, and drug paraphernalia. The items all belonged to the passenger, Teri Brown, 47, of Columbus, Indiana.
Police said Brown was also wanted on a Johnson County arrest warrant. Brown had apparently violated probation on charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful sale of a legend drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Brown was arrested at the scene and now faces the following felony charges:
Possession of methamphetamine
Possession of cocaine
Possession of schedule IV prescription narcotics
Possession of hypodermic needles
Brown also faces two misdemeanor counts for possession of marijuana under 30 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to police.
Police said the driver of the car was issued a speeding ticket and released