Thursday, April 18, 2013

Speeder Caught With Drugs, Paraphernalia & Cash
If you must drive with your drugs in the vehicle then you may want to obey the speed limits. 22-year old Brittany Oja of Bay Street was arrested by Johnson City Police officers and charged with speeding and no insurance, what she did have was drugs and paraphernalia. Officers pulled her over when they saw her heading west bound on East Main at a high rate of speed. During the stop they smelled marijuana and found four separate packages later weighing in at nearly three ounces. The speeder also had heroin in her possession, three glass pipes, digital scales, rolling papers and over a thousand dollars in cash. She missed the party as she was transported to the Washington County Detention Center instead. (bg)

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