BEDFORD – A Bedford man and woman were arrested Wednesday after Bedford Police officers learned they were both wanted on outstanding warrants.
The police say they knew 28-year-old Robert Goldsberry was working at CAP Group and 41-year-old Lisa Terrell, would be picking him up after his shift.
Officers went to the factory at 4th and J streets and found Terrell in the driver’s seat of a black Ford Focus and Goldsberry standing at the rear of the vehicle.
Both were arrested.
Terrell told officers she didn’t want a trafficking charge and reached into her bra and pulled out a baggie containing crystal meth. She told the officers that she had seen someone throw it out of a car window and picked it off the ground so a child would not find it.
Goldsberry told officers he had a baggie of meth in his pocket.
Both Goldsberry and Terrell were arrested on a new charge of possession of meth.
Goldsberry and Terrell are also facing charges of possession of meth, unlawful possession of a syringe, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia stemming from an incident on July 22. When Indiana State Police troopers went to a home in the 1500 block of 20th Street to serve an arrest warrant on two other individuals they found drugs belonging to both Goldsberry and Terrell in a vehicle.
Officers found rolling papers, two baggies of crystal meth, marijuana cigarettes, and eight syringes. Additionally they found marijuana and smoking devices in Goldsberry’s bedroom.
The information was forwarded to the Lawrence County Prosecutor’s Office and a warrant was issued for their arrests.