Pulaski traffic stop leads to drug arrest Sunday.
Sheriff Greg Speck reports that, Deputy Tan Hudson stopped a vehicle on US-27 for cancelled registration plates. Deputies noticed what appeared to be methamphetamine and pills in plain view. Further investigation uncovered a large amount of a crystal substance suspected to be methamphetamine, several Xanax pills, digital scales, plastic baggies and $215 dollars in cash.
29 year old Carah W. Bell, of Somerset, was placed under arrest. While in transport, Ms. Bell stated that she had more Methamphetamine on her person. Three more plastic baggies of a crystal substance were found. Bell was lodged in Pulaski County Jail.
In all, Deputies located 91.5 grams of suspected Methamphetamine, 14 Xanax tablets, 0.7 grams of suspected heroin, along with plastic baggies and digital scales.
Carah Bell was charged with Trafficking Meth & Heroin (1st Degree), Trafficking Unspecified Drug (3rd Degree), & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Deputy Marcus Harrison and Lt. Richard Smith assisted at the scene.