Traffic stop results in drug bust

Traffic stop results in drug bust

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Doyourjob

Cleveland, MS

#1 Jul 13, 2010
"A routine traffic stop last Thursday resulted in the occupants of the vehicle being charged with Promotion of Methamphetamine, Possession of Schedule II, III, and IV and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The vehicle was also seized along with cash the subjects had on them.
Officer Jamie Lowrance of the McNairy County Sheriff’s Department stopped Tonya Luben of Michie for a tail-light being out. Further investigation led Officer Lowrance to become suspicious after questioning the occupants, and he asked them to exit the vehicle.
A search led to the discovery of half of a Morphine tablet on the person of Stevie Moore, one of the passengers. Moore was placed under arrest and Officer Blake Huckabee of the Selmer Police Department was called in for backup.
Officers Huckabee and Lowrance searched the vehicle and discovered 8 Hydrocodone tablets, 5 Diazepam tablets, 1 Oxycodone tablet, and various items used to make meth. The list included three propane torches, a butane lighter, coffee filters, drain opener, Acetone, a hot plate, salt, propane bottle, and a large glass bottle with a hose running through the lid. Various drug paraphernalia items were also discovered.
Luben, Moore, and Jerrod Dennis, who was also a passenger in the vehicle, were taken to the McNairy County Jail."

You got to be kidding me!
Keep our cops

Lexington, TN

#3 Jul 23, 2010
Doyourjob wrote:
"A routine traffic stop last Thursday resulted in the occupants of the vehicle being charged with Promotion of Methamphetamine, Possession of Schedule II, III, and IV and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The vehicle was also seized along with cash the subjects had on them.
Officer Jamie Lowrance of the McNairy County Sheriff’s Department stopped Tonya Luben of Michie for a tail-light being out. Further investigation led Officer Lowrance to become suspicious after questioning the occupants, and he asked them to exit the vehicle.
A search led to the discovery of half of a Morphine tablet on the person of Stevie Moore, one of the passengers. Moore was placed under arrest and Officer Blake Huckabee of the Selmer Police Department was called in for backup.
Officers Huckabee and Lowrance searched the vehicle and discovered 8 Hydrocodone tablets, 5 Diazepam tablets, 1 Oxycodone tablet, and various items used to make meth. The list included three propane torches, a butane lighter, coffee filters, drain opener, Acetone, a hot plate, salt, propane bottle, and a large glass bottle with a hose running through the lid. Various drug paraphernalia items were also discovered.
Luben, Moore, and Jerrod Dennis, who was also a passenger in the vehicle, were taken to the McNairy County Jail."
You got to be kidding me!
And, if this person had been speeding robo cop would not be able to search the vehicle and stop drugs from being made or sold. Believe me, we need humans to make the decisions about what needs to happen. Police are needed in the field not behind a desk viewing videos or working by themselves because we have robo cop. We want our cops safe too. How many actually work each shift? And, do they not work at times completely by themselves when they don't have adequate coverage?
seb

Olive Branch, MS

#4 Jul 24, 2010
Doyourjob wrote:
"A routine traffic stop last Thursday resulted in the occupants of the vehicle being charged with Promotion of Methamphetamine, Possession of Schedule II, III, and IV and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The vehicle was also seized along with cash the subjects had on them.
Officer Jamie Lowrance of the McNairy County Sheriff’s Department stopped Tonya Luben of Michie for a tail-light being out. Further investigation led Officer Lowrance to become suspicious after questioning the occupants, and he asked them to exit the vehicle.
A search led to the discovery of half of a Morphine tablet on the person of Stevie Moore, one of the passengers. Moore was placed under arrest and Officer Blake Huckabee of the Selmer Police Department was called in for backup.
Officers Huckabee and Lowrance searched the vehicle and discovered 8 Hydrocodone tablets, 5 Diazepam tablets, 1 Oxycodone tablet, and various items used to make meth. The list included three propane torches, a butane lighter, coffee filters, drain opener, Acetone, a hot plate, salt, propane bottle, and a large glass bottle with a hose running through the lid. Various drug paraphernalia items were also discovered.
Luben, Moore, and Jerrod Dennis, who was also a passenger in the vehicle, were taken to the McNairy County Jail."
You got to be kidding me!
WHY IN THE HELL WAS " OFFICER BLAKE HUCKABEE",of the Selmer Police Dept. called in as back? Has the McNairy County Sheriff's Dept become so desperate???Don't get me wrong, it's great more drugs were removed from the streets,BUT,,,BLAKE HUCKABEE??????? That's like calling the fire dept. after the fire is already out.

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