Paducah residents arrested on drug charges in Indiana
A ticket for speeding in Indiana turns into drug arrests for three people from Paducah, Kentucky.
Indiana State Police say they stopped a car, driven by Robert Moss, after clocking it at 90 miles per hour on Interstate 70 Tuesday morning.
Ashley Cavitt and Charles Rodgers were passengers.
After a drug dog gave a positive alert, troopers searched the car and found three bags of the synthetic drug Spice, less than one gram of meth, several syringes, and other paraphernalia.
Troopers say Moss, Cavitt, and Rodgers were traveling from Paducah to Chicago but took the wrong exit, getting on I-70.
All three were arrested and taken to the Putnam, Indiana County Jail.
They were all charged with possession of meth, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of synthetic drug, and possession of syringe.