Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrest for Jasper Woman

Last Night, an officer with the Jasper Police Department observed a vehicle travelling westbound on 6th St., approaching the intersection with MacArthur St., without headlights illuminated. The officer initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. It was determined that the driver, Maranda Sloan, had an Indiana Identification Card that suspended-infraction. After identifying the passenger, Cassidy Engleman, it was learned that she had an active warrant through Pike County for minor consuming.

After placing Engleman under arrest for the warrant, a glass smoking pipe containing methamphetamine was located inside her pants. Located in her purse were tow dollar bills that were rolled into a tube like object. Located inside the dollar bills was a white crystalline substance that tested positive for methamphetamine. Located inside the vehicle was a small metal smoking pipe with a burnt residue that tested positive for synthetic drugs.

After being medically cleared my Memorial Hospital for methamphetamine withdrawals, Engleman was transported to the Dubois County Security Center. While in the intake at the security center, it was learned that Engleman had two 8mg packages of Suboxone, a level III controlled substance, and 1.4g of synthetic drugs concealed insider of her undergarments. She was additionally charged with trafficking, poss. of controlled substance, and poss. of synthetic drug.

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