INDIANAPOLIS–A traffic stop for an improperly registered truck led to the arrest of two people on numerous drug charges on the northeast side of Indianapolis.
State police say they pulled over a Ford Explorer around 11 pm Saturday near 38th Street and Shadeland Avenue. The trooper says Michael Jobe, 39, was the driver. Jobe is considered a habitual traffic violator, making it a felony to drive a vehicle.
The passenger, Christina Kimmerle, 40, was wanted on a burglary warrant out of Marion County, officers say.
The trooper says he could see two syringes laying on the driver’s floorboard as Jobe was stepping out. When police searched the Explorer, they say they found 27 syringes, heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana, and 121 pills.
Jobe and Kimmerle were both taken to the Marion County Jail.
The charges against Michael Jobe are as follows:
- Possession of a Syringe (24 counts) Level 6 Felony
- Operating a Vehicle while a Habitual Traffic Violator (1 count) Level 6 Felony
- Possession of a Narcotic Drug (1 count) Level 6 Felony
- Possession of a Narcotic Drug Under 5 Grams (1 count) Level 5 Felony
- Possession of Methamphetamine (1 count) Level 6 Felony
- Possession of Methamphetamine under 5 Grams (1 count) Level 5 Felony
- Possession of Marijuana (1 count) B Misdemeanor
- Visiting a Common Nuisance / Legend Drug (121 Counts) B Misdemeanor
The charges against Christina Kimmerle:
- Possession of a Syringe (3 counts) Level 6 Felony
- Wanted on Warrant-Burglary
(PHOTO: Indiana State Police)