Late Friday evening Deputy Dakota Williams was driving in the lower end of the county when he noticed a car driving in an erratic manner. Deputy Williams initiated a traffic stop right at the Caryville city limits. He was joined by Corporal Nathaniel Bostic.

Deputy Williams made contact with the driver, identified as Meagan Reid, 39 of Caryville. Reid stated that the car was a rental and that she had neither registration or proof of insurance. As Deputy Williams was running a routine warrant check Corporal Bostic stated that he had observed a black ziplock bag in the passenger seat that looked suspicious. He also observed that the bag was now missing. When questioned about the bag Reid denied thatshe had any knowledge of the bag.

Corporal Bostic asked Reid to exit the vehicle and deployed his K-9 partner who alerted to the car. Deputy Williams requested a female officer to come to the scene and they were joined by officer Savannah Allen of the Jacksboro Police Department.

Officer Allen repeatedly asked Reid if she had anything concealed on her person. The report indicates that Reid said that she did not. After a search was conducted the back ziplock bag was found concealed in Reid’s waistband. The baggie contained another bag containing a crystalline substance, a chapstick container containing five round and yellow pills with V2530 on them, this indicates that the pills were Clonazepam 0.5 mg. The bag also contained another clear baggie and a pair of straws. According to the report Reid claimed that a friend had dropped meth in the vehicle and that she put it in her bag.

Reid was placed under arrest and transported to the Campbell County Jail where she was charged with Failure to Maintain Lane, Violation of the Registration Law, Violation of the Tennessee Financial Law, Destruction of Evidence, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Prescription Drug Without a Prescription, Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, and Possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Substance.

It is her 15th booking into the county jail.