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A Martin County woman who was also an employee of a north side Jasper nursing facility was placed under arrest 
during the midnight hour Sunday morning on several charges involving narcotics after she was discovered sleeping inside 
her vehicle outside the nursing center where she worked. Just before 12:30 am Sunday Jasper Police were called to the 
parking lot of the Northwood Good Samaritan Center located along the 25-hundred block of Newton Street in Jasper after 
they received a report of an employee asleep in her car for two hours. 
Police say they made contact with the subject, 19-year Brittany Nichole Woody of Loogootee who police say admitted to 
officers that there was methamphetamine in her vehicle and gave them consent to search. Police say a search allegedly 
turned up methamphetamine, marijuana and paraphernalia inside the vehicle. After being medically cleared at Jasper's 
Memorial Hospital, Woody was taken to the Dubois County Security Center where she was booked on a Level 6 felony 
charge of possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

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