Clarksville Police make pettiest “marijuana” arrest on residue — Cynthia Hutchins

Clarksville Police make pettiest “marijuana” arrest on residue — Cynthia Hutchins

Clarksville Police have arrested Cynthia ‘Katie’ Hutchins and charged her with drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia after finding “marijuana residue” (but no actual usable marijuana), scales, and sandwich bags inside a vehicle she was briefly in with Jocqui Smith, who they had under surveillance for drug activity.

While Clarksville police had Jocqui Smith under surveillance during a drug operation, they observed him enter the Taco Bell parking lot at 788 N Riverside Drive and exit a red Toyota minivan. He then met with Cynthia Hutchins, at which time they got into the vehicle and drove in a loop around the parking lot. They then parked the vehicle and both individuals entered the Taco Bell, at which time agents used a K9 for an open-air sniff of the vehicle, and conducted a search based on an ‘alert’ by the dog.

Inside the vehicle, police retrieved two digital scales, a box of sandwich bags, and a black bag with residue, according to an arrest warrant. The residue on the bag field-tested positive for marijuana.

Police swore out warrants on that date, December 16th, and Cynthia Kaitlin Hutchins was served and taken into custody on January 18th, 2022. She is charged with simple drug possession and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. She is free on a $2,500 bond. The warrant is signed by Clarksville Police Officer Donavane Robinson.


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