CROTHERSVILLE, Ind.–Dealing and possession of methamphetamine are the charges against two people pulled over in a traffic stop Wednesday.
Indiana State Police say they pulled over a white 1991 Chevy truck on I-65 northbound near the 36 mile marker in southern Jackson County for a traffic violation around 1 pm. The trooper suspected there was other criminal activity going on, so he brought out his drug detection K-9, Jinx.
The trooper says Jinx smelled drugs and they found about 28 grams of meth in the truck. He arrested Ryan C. Plessinger, 33, of North Vernon and his passenger Rose Z. Victorino, 57, of Crothersville.
Police say after they took both of them to the Jackson County Jail, they found about 40 more grams of meth on Victorino.
(PHOTO: Indiana State Police)
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