Deputies arrested a 19-12 months-previous Commerce woman right after finding suspect psychedelic mushrooms in her wallet, and a container with suspected THC wax residue and other drug paraphernalia in her vehicle in the course of a targeted traffic stop, in accordance to arrest studies.
Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Chaney claimed halting a Ford Expedition all around 1:30 p.m. March 16 on Condition Highway 11 west for dashing, touring 71 miles per hour in a 60 mph pace zone. The auto stopped close to County Highway 4711.
Upon get in touch with, Chaney reportedly questioned the driver for her insurance policy and driver’s license. As she was retrieving her wallet, the deputy documented viewing a bag sticking out of it, so he questioned her about it. She allegedly handed the bag to him, declaring the contents to be some vegetation. The deputy suspected the contents to be Psilocybin mushrooms, which are normally referred to as psychedelic or magic mushrooms, the deputy famous in arrest reviews.
Chaney experienced both of those the driver and passenger get out so he could carry out a probable cause lookup of the SUV. The deputy alleged obtaining a container with suspected THC wax residue, a black glass pipe, a metal grinder with suspected marijuana residue and other drug paraphernalia. Deputy Richard Brantley was also reported to have arrived on scene to guide with the automobile research.
The woman, discovered in arrest stories as Rebekah Jayde Tittle, allegedly claimed the contraband and was taken into custody and to jail. Brantley reportedly remained on scene with the juvenile passenger right up until a accountable get together arrived to leave with him and the automobile. The mushrooms weighed 2.2 grams, which includes packaging, ensuing in Tittle currently being billed with possession of 1 gram or additional but much less than 4 grams of a Penalty Group 2 managed material.
Tittle was released from Hopkins County jail afterwards Monday on the felony cost. Bond for that demand is $10,000, in accordance to jail experiences.
The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office is located at 298 Rosemont St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482. Non-crisis calls can be designed to (903) 438-4040.