David Jones caught marijuana & magic mushrooms after traffic stop for illegal tint

On April 26th, 25-year-old David Jones was stopped in his 2013 Volkswagen Passat for an illegal tint. While tailing Jones, officers found that the license plate on his car did not belong to his Volkswagen. Officers approached his vehicle and noticed a strong odor of marijuana. This led to officers searching the vehicle and locating five tied-off sandwich bags containing marijuana, a bag of suspected psilocybin aka magic mushrooms, a THC vape, five THC vape cartridges, and a pack of rolling papers. A search of Jones’s person led to officers finding an iPhone and $761.00 in cash. After being read his Miranda rights, Jones invoked his right to his attorney. A check of Jones’s license revealed that it had been suspended for failing to provide insurance on September 8th, 2023. The weight of the marijuana was weighed at 14.175 grams. David Jones was taken into custody and charged with drug paraphernalia, a suspended license, and wrongful demonstration of registration plates on April 27th.

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Jacob Farley speeds down Highway 374 on revoked license

21-year-old Jacob Farley was seen speeding on Highway 374 on April 13th. Farley was observed by officers who stated that Farley was going 75mph in a 55mph zone. Farley then slowed down when he spotted officers. Officers then conducted a traffic stop on the exit ramp of Highway 374 and Dover Road. As officers introduced themselves, Farley informed them of his DUI that happened in Kentucky, which led to his license being revoked on March 5th. While officers spoke with Farley, they noticed an open case of Modelo beer that was open with several drinks inside. Farley was then asked to exit the vehicle, and as officers searched the vehicle, they noticed an open Modelo Container and a firearm. Farley was taken into custody for Driving on a suspended license, Speeding, and having an open container of alcohol on April 14th. 

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Lacie Reynolds said she “had to go!” and fled after hitting another vehicle

32-year-old Lacie Reynolds was booked last week on an outstanding warrant from April when she caused an accident on Fort Campbell Boulevard and fled the scene. Lacresha Locke was the driver of the vehicle that was hit by Reynold’s blue Honda Accord in front of the Taco Bell. After the collision, Locke and the other vehicle pulled into the parking lot; Reynolds got out and told Locke “not to call the police.” She then ran in the direction of Bank of America.

There was another female on the scene named Ginger Johnson, who told police that her daughter was the driver during the accident and told her she “had to go” after the crash. Contact wasn’t able to be made with Reynolds, but after police ran her name, they discovered she was driving on a revoked license. Her driver’s license was revoked due to her driving on a suspended license.

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