(JACKSON CO.) – Indiana State troopers arrested two people after finding drugs and what appeared to be a container filled with urine.
According to Indiana State Police, Trooper Randel Miller stopped a Chevy Impala on I-65 northbound, south of Seymour around 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Trooper Miller had a sense that something was not right, so Miller deployed his K-9 partner Jinx, who detected the presence of drugs in the car.
During a search, troopers found drug paraphernalia and a container of what appeared to be urine.
Troopers then discovered that a passenger in the vehicle, 38-year-old Autumn Officer, of North Vernon, was concealing about 170 grams of methamphetamine.
Officer is facing charges of conspiracy to deal meth, possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a device to defeat a urine test.
Trooper also arrested the driver, 38-year-old Charles F. Williams, of Seymour, on charges of conspiracy to deal meth and possession of meth.
Both were booked into the Jackson County Jail.