ISP Trooper Stops Driver Traveling 90 MPH and finds Drugs

Yesterday Morning November 23rd at 10:15 Indiana State Police Trooper Yan Dravigne conducted a traffic stop on a blue 2003 Pontiac car for traveling 90 miles per-hour in a 70 mph zone eastbound I-70 near the 37 mile marker. During conversations with the driver and passengers, trooper Dravigne noticed several indicators of possible criminal activity. Captain Dwight Simmons and K-9 “Beau” arrived to assist and “Beau” gave a positive alert to the odor of illegal drugs. A search of the vehicle yielded three bags of synthetic drugs (K-2 or Spice), less than one gram of Methamphetamine, two Schedule IV controlled substance pills, seven syringes, scales and other paraphernalia. Arrested was the driver Robert Moss, age 33, Ashley Cavitt, age 24, and Charles Rodgers, age 23. Each suspect is from Paducah, Kentucky. The charges were possession of Meth, Possession of Controlled Substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of synthetic drug, and possession of syringe. All three were incarcerated in the Putnam County jail.

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