A passenger in the vehicle was also charged with meth possession.
A woman in Tennessee is facing felony drug charges after a Christmas morning vehicle stop.
In the woman’s bag, the officers found 1.6 grams of meth, a scale, 20 cannabis cookies, 14.65 ounces (415.3 grams) of cannabis, 0.75 ounces (21.3 grams) of THC wax, 10 glass pipes and several baggies.
She faces charges, including possession of marijuana for resale, felony possession of drug paraphernalia and simple possession of meth. The man, meanwhile, was charged with possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and a seatbelt violation.
They aren’t the only ones who ended up in handcuffs this holiday season.
A 47-year-old man in the U.K who took photos of his Christmas tree decorated in drugs and cash ended up behind bars after he was caught up in a sting that included eight other men.
The men face more than 89 years in jail for their parts in a conspiracy to supply millions of pounds of drugs, according to Merseyside Police.
The men were targeted in a year-long investigation called Operation Overboard. Police were able to break the case open after discovering four of the men were detailing their illicit activities on Encrochat, a Europe-based communications network that was infiltrated by police in 2020.
The accused range in age from 29 to 56 years and have been sentenced on charges related to the production and supply of a range of drugs, including cocaine, cannabis, diamorphine and heroin.
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