Lawrence County Sheriff's conducted a traffic stop that resulted in getting more narcotics of the streets.

On Thursday, the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department stopped a vehicle on Fall River Road that was being driven by Monique Harrison, and the passenger was Joseph Bradley, who had an outstanding arrest warrant.

The driver, Harrison was operating the vehicle with a suspended license, and a search of the vehicle was conducted.

The search resulted in finding approximately 1.4 grams of methamphetamine, five grams of marijuana, one gram of heroin, three oxycontin pills, 4 1/2 oxycodone pills, one Oxymorphone pill, six Suboxone pills, a meth pipe, and rolling papers.

All drugs and paraphernalia items were subsequently seized by officers including $584.00 in cash money.

Harrison was arrested for driving on a suspended license.

Bradley was arrested on charges of possession of schedule I for resale, possession of schedule II for resale, possession of schedule III, 3 counts of possession of schedule II, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sheriff John Myers spoke about the bust by saying, "The outcome of last week's incident continues to send the message loud and clear that drugs and those who deal them are not welcome in our community. You will be caught and brought to justice. To my team, keep up the great work."



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