ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, IN (WBND) — An officer who stopped a suspicious vehicle seized .75 pounds of methamphetamine, cash and a meth pipe made from baby bottles, according to the St. Joseph County Police Department.
A sergeant who was on patrol noticed a suspicious vehicle driving through a parking lot early Wednesday morning.READ MORE: MDOT Announces Ongoing Construction For I-75
The officer conducted a traffic stop on the Chevy Blazer at 1:43 a.m.
The driver of the vehicle, 43-year-old Jason Cochran, did not have a valid driver’s license, reports said.
The passenger, 43-year-old Stephanie Fugate, was wanted on two felony warrants in Cass County, Michigan.
In a search of the suspects and the impounded vehicle, police located $1525 in cash, .75 pounds of meth, a meth pipe made of baby bottles, reports said.
They also found multiple driver’s licenses, credit cards and social security cards belonging to various other people, reports said.READ MORE: Lions Release LB Christian Jones, Re-Sign DB Mike Ford
Cochran was arrested on preliminary charges of possession of controlled substance with intent to deal and operating a motor vehicle without ever obtaining a license.
Fugate was taken into custody on a preliminary charge of possession of paraphernalia and a hold for Cass County.
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