No tail lights lead to drug arrest

A Kentucky woman was arrested in Tennessee after investigators found $11,000 worth of meth in her car.

The Weakley County Sheriff’s Department says investigators found a car driving on Littrel Road in the Mt. Pelia area after dark with no tail lights.

The investigators stopped the car and were given permission to search it.

Inside they found 4 ounces of crystal methamphetamine, less than an ounce of marijuana, and several prescription pills.

The street value of the crystal meth is about $11,000.

53-year-old Johnna Kay Clark of Fulton, Kentucky was arrested and charged with Possession of Schedule 2 Meth, Possession of Schedule 6 Marijuana, Possession of Schedule 4 Pills, and violation of the Light Law.

She was released after posted a $25,000 bond.

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