Deputies arrested a 19-year-previous Commerce girl immediately after getting suspect psychedelic mushrooms in her wallet, and a container with suspected THC wax residue and other drug paraphernalia in her vehicle for the duration of a targeted traffic halt, in accordance to arrest reports.
Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Chaney documented stopping a Ford Expedition close to 1:30 p.m. March 16 on State Freeway 11 west for rushing, touring 71 miles for each hour in a 60 mph pace zone. The vehicle stopped near County Street 4711.
On get hold of, Chaney reportedly requested the driver for her insurance and driver’s license. As she was retrieving her wallet, the deputy described looking at a bag sticking out of it, so he questioned her about it. She allegedly handed the bag to him, saying the contents to be some crops. The deputy suspected the contents to be Psilocybin mushrooms, which are often referred to as psychedelic or magic mushrooms, the deputy observed in arrest experiences.
Chaney had equally the driver and passenger get out so he could perform a possible bring about search of the SUV. The deputy alleged discovering a container with suspected THC wax residue, a black glass pipe, a metallic grinder with suspected cannabis residue and other drug paraphernalia. Deputy Richard Brantley was also noted to have arrived on scene to aid with the car or truck look for.
The girl, determined in arrest studies as Rebekah Jayde Tittle, allegedly claimed the contraband and was taken into custody and to jail. Brantley reportedly remained on scene with the juvenile passenger until finally a accountable bash arrived to leave with him and the auto. The mushrooms weighed 2.2 grams, like packaging, ensuing in Tittle currently being charged with possession of 1 gram or much more but less than 4 grams of a Penalty Team 2 controlled material.
Tittle was unveiled from Hopkins County jail afterwards Monday on the felony cost. Bond for that cost is $10,000, in accordance to jail studies.
The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Business office is found at 298 Rosemont St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482. Non-emergency calls can be designed to (903) 438-4040.