Last week Deputy Nathaniel Bostic was dispatched to Shawnee Drive to speak to a victim about a stolen vehicle. Deputy Bostic posted a Be On Look Oit (BOLO) for the vehicle and the individual believed to have taken it. When Bostic left the victim’s residence he spotted the vehicle in question traveling the opposite direction. He hit his lights and initiated a traffic stop.
When the vehicle pulled over he spoke with April Wade, who claimed that she actually had permission to be driving the car. When Deputy Bostic ran the information on Wade’s driver’s license he learned that license was suspend. Wade also informed Deputy Bostic that there may be some manner of drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. Deputy Bostic then deployed K-9 Deputy Santo who alerted to the driver’s side door.
When Deputy Bostic searched the vehicle he found a multitude of hypodermic needles. One of the needle contained a brown liquid. Upon finding the first needle Deputy Bostic informed Wade of her Miranda Rights. Wade waived her rights and admitted to Deputy Bostic that the brown liquid was methamphetamine. She also informed him that she was carrying a glass pipe that she used to smoke marijuana.
Deputy Bostic placed Wade under arrest and transported her to the Campbell County Jail. She is charged with Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Driving While Suspended.