(Smith County Insider Press) — A traffic stop made on a vehicle for an inoperative headlight on Interstate 40 led to the arrest of an Iowa woman after LSD and drug paraphernalia were found in her vehicle Friday, July 14.
Trooper Jason Cobble of the Tennessee Highway Patrol conducted a stop on a vehicle near mile marker 263 eastbound on I-40 for an inoperative left headlight.
Upon contact with the driver, identified as Chastity Lynn Miranda-Suarez (19, Muscatine, Iowa), she provided her name and date of birth, according to the arrest warrant. A check through dispatch revealed she had a revoked license for a drug-related offense out of Iowa, according to the arrest warrant.
A search of Miranda-Suarez’s vehicle revealed a plastic container containing four white squares of paper inside of a folded magazine page, identified as acid/LSD. Also located during the search were one marijuana grinder with residue, one marijuana pipe, one marijuana cigarette pipe with storage slot and two packs of rolling papers.
Miranda-Suarez was placed under arrest and transported to the Smith County Jail Facility for booking.
She is charged with Driving on a Revoked License, Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Manufacture/Deliver/Sell of a Controlled Substance.