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Off-Duty Vehicle Stop Results In Felony Arrests For Escape, Meth
Updated January 21, 2015 7:22 AM | Filed under: Crime
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Lloyd J. Singleton
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Aaron D. Clark
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Keith A. Woodall
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Crystal R. McClintic

(NASHVILLE) - Just after noon on Saturday, off duty Trooper Chris Griggs noticed a motorist driving erratically on State Road 135 near Railroad Road, just north of Nashville.

Trooper Griggs, who was driving a marked police car, saw the vehicle run off the right side of the road and then cross the center line and he initiated a traffic stop.

Sgt. Mike Moore of the Brown County Sheriff's Office and K-9 Officer Tim True of the Nashville Police Department arrived shortly thereafter to assist Trooper Griggs.

K9 Officer True conducted an exterior free air sniff of the vehicle with his K-9 Biker, who alerted police to possible drugs in the vehicle.

The driver of the vehicle, 38-year-old Crystal R. McClintic of Greenwood was found to be on parole for dealing cocaine out of Johnson County. She also had a suspended driver's license. McClintic was arrested for a parole violation.

A male passenger, 35-year-old Keith A. Woodall of Franklin was arrested on charges of possession of meth, possession of a hypodermic syringe and possession of marijuana.

Another male passenger, who originally gave officers false information, was eventually identified as 24-year-old Aaron D. Clark of Taylorsville. Clark was on parole and wanted for escape from the Indiana Department of Corrections.

A fourth male, 40-year-old Lloyd J. Singleton of Whiteland was arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

The investigation is ongoing and further charges may be added once lab results are obtained.



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