State Police: Traffic Stop In Rockcastle County Ends In Drug Arrest

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/01/2012 9:07 pm
A traffic stop turned into a drug arrest Wednesday in Rockcastle County.

Troopers say it started around 1:00pm when they pulled a driver over on I-75.

They say Sheldon S. Edwards of Carrollton, Georgia was later patted down.

Troopers say they found 6 grams of marijuana on Edwards, and crystal meth, drug paraphernalia and a rifle in the car.

Edwards is in the Rockcastle County Detention Center.
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